Inicio - edu.ar NYFL U15 Cup SF AFC Vernon White, 0, Radcliffe Olympic 0 (AFC Vernon won 4-2 on penalties) Under 15 Division 2 Quarrydale Utd 4, AFC Mansfield 2 Edwalton Cavaliers 1, Arnold Town Maroon 0 Under 15 Division 2 Sherwood FC Yellow 6, Sherwood FC Blue 2 Under 15 Division 1 Nottingham FC 1, AFC Vernon White 2 AFC Vernon White won by the odd goal at Nottingham FC. Radcliffe Olympic 2, Carlton Town Lions 2 Radcliffe hosted Carlton Town Lions in a league match and the points were shared following an exciting 2-2 draw. Both teams played well and scored impressive goals, but Radcliffe clawed themselves back into the game, coming from 2-0 down to score a last-minute equaliser. Goals for Carlton Town Lions Aaron Wainaina, Lewis Erasmus. Under 15 Division 2 AFC Mansfield 1, Bottesford 2 After a goalless first half Bottesford went on to win 2-1 at AFC Mansfield as Nathan Crane and George Wardle scored. Edwalton Cavaliers 3, Mansfield Hosiery Mills 2 Edwalton Cavaliers secured maximum points with a 3-2 result against Mansfield Hosiery Mills, Jeremiah Fewkes and Kieran Walker scored for the visitors. Sherwood Colliery 0, Quarrydale Utd 2 Quarrydale United scored two goals without reply at Sherwood Colliery. Under 15 Division 3 Beaufort Utd 1, Pegasus Youth Blue 3 Pegasus Youth Blue continue to set the pace at the top of the table with a 3-1win Beaufort Utd. Hucknall Sports Red 1, Phoenix 4 Phoenix enjoyed a 4-1 success at Hucknall Sports Red. Hucknall Sports White 5, Priory Celtic Phoenix 1 Owen Ashwell scored twice as Hucknall Sports White beat Priory Celtic Phoenix 5-1. Kuba Adamczyk, Chris Haynes and Kian Stevenson were the other scorers for Sports. Sherwood FC Blue 1, Karimia 11 Corey Mc Philbin rattled in six goals as Karimia recorded a comfortable win at Sherwood FC Blue. Kai Chapman, Rayyarn Khan, James Layton, Jack Poxon and Waris Kayani were the other scorers. Sherwood FC Yellow 0, Ravenshead Reds 0 Sherwood FC Yellow and Ravenshead Red shared the spoils as neither side could break the deadlock. Under 15 Division 3 Karimia 4, Ilkeston FC Jnrs Red 1 Corey Mc Philbin completed his hat trick as Karimia beat Ilkeston FC Jnrs 4-1. Rayyarn Khan was the other Karimia scorer whilst Louis Perry replied for the visitors. Phoenix FC 9, Ravenshead Reds 1 Phoenix FC had a comfortable win over Ravenshead Reds. Under 15 Division 3 Beaufort Utd 1, Ilkeston FC Jnrs Red 2 A Reece Bird brace secured all three points for Ilkeston FC Jnrs Red with a 2-1 win at Beaufort Utd. Hucknall Sports White 2, Bulwell Forest 3 Bulwell Forest won by the odd goal of five at Hucknall Sports White. Jayden Goodman and Kiarnne Elias Nyemba scored for the hosts whilst Solomon Araya, Nathan Turnbull and Harry Davies were the Bulwell Forest scorers. Under 15 Division 3 Bulwell Forest 1, Pegasus Youth Blue 8 Pegasus Youth Blue moved three points clear at the top of the division following their 8-1 success at Bulwell Forest. Blain Brown completed his hat trick, Lewis Fletcher grabbed a brace, Jacob Blair-Bradshaw, Stan Dickenson and Kye Thompson got one goal each. Priory Celtic Phoenix 1, Karimia 6 Karimia kept their hopes of honours alive with a 6-1 win at Priory Celtic Phoenix. Corey Mc Philbin scored three goals, Jordan Shani got a brace and Kai Chapman got one. NYFL U15 KO Cup QF AFC Vernon White 5, Priory Celtic Black 2 AFC Vernon White booked their place in the KO Cup semi-finals with a 5-2 win over Priory Celtic Black. George Sharman scored twice, Brandon Bates, Equaghan Eves and Matt Sunderland got one each. Under 15 Division 1 Woodhouse Colts 5, Radcliffe Olympic 0 Leighton Hardwick-Platts rattled in four goals as Woodhouse Colts beat Radcliffe Olympic 5-0. Under 15 Division 2 AFC Mansfield 2, Keyworth Utd Black 1 AFC Mansfield continued their search for honours as they beat Keyworth ntd Black 2-1 to remain level on points with Arnold Town Maroon. Sherwood Colliery 0, Arnold Town Maroon 3 Arnold Town Maroon scored three times without reply at Sherwood Colliery and stay on course to be in the mix for honours at the end of the season. Quarrydale Utd 1, East Leake Bantams 1 Quarrydale Utd and East Leake Bantams shared the points as the teams scored one goal each. Under 15 Division 3 Beaufort Utd 5, Ravenshead Reds 3 Beaufort Utd were 5-3 victors over Ravenshead Reds. Pegasus Youth Blue 5, Hucknall Sports White 2 Pegasus Youth Blue continue to lead the chase for the league title thanks to a 5-2 win over Hucknall Sports White. Blain Brown completed his hat trick with Jacob Blair-Bradshaw and Jaden Litton-Baker getting one goal each. Phoenix FC 3, Karimia 3 Phoenix and Karimia shared the spoils in a 3-3 draw, Corey Mc Philbin scoring all the visitors’ goals. Sherwood FC Yellow 4, Priory Celtic Phoenix 3 Sherwood FC Yellow edged to a 4-3 win over Priory Celtic Phoenix. Brian Matshiya (2) Zach Grigsby scored for Celtic but goals from Sumaylo Sanogo (2), Ben Nightingale and Tai Bernard were sufficient to give the hosts all three points. Under 15 Division 2 AFC Mansfield 0, Mansfield Hosiery Mills 0 Local rivals AFC Mansfield and Mansfield Hosiery Mills had to settle for a point apiece as neither side could break the deadlock. Edwalton Cavaliers 3, East Leake Bantams 0 Edwalton Cavaliers scored three goals without reply against East Leake Bantams, Cadan Hawes, Morgan Roberts and Danesh Gardner getting a goal apiece. Keyworth Utd Black 7, Sherwood Colliery 0 Keyworth Utd Black secured three valuable points against fellow strugglers Sherwood Colliery with a 7-0 result. Arnold Town Maroon 3, Priory Celtic Black 2 Arnold Town Maroon became joint league leaders thanks to their 3-2 win over Priory Celtic Black. Jayden Smith scored both goals for the visitors but goals from Rashaun Douglas, Tega Esevohare and Dylan Williams gave Arnold victory. Under 15 Division 3 Beaufort Utd 1, Hucknall Sports White 2 Kiarnne Elias Nyemba and Chris Haynes scored for Hucknall Sports White to give them a 2-1 win at Beaufort Utd. Hucknall Sports Red 5, Bulwell Forest 2 Hucknall Sports Red remain at the top of the division thanks to their 5-2 defeat of Bulwell Forest. Casey Scanlon and Jacob Taylor scored for the visitors. Ilkeston FC Jnrs Red 7, Sherwood FC Yellow 2 Ilkeston had an early start as Callam Boultby got a fluke cross ending in the back of goal. Sherwood were never going to win but they kept calm and never gave up. Callam Boultby got his first hat trick, Ewan Bamford got 2 classy goals as normal and Reece Bird and Oliver Wheeldon smashed in one from 20 yards. Sherwood FC Blue 1, Pegasus Youth Blue 7 Lewis Fletcher and Blain Brown scored two goals apiece as Pegasus Youth Blue won 7-1 at Sherwood FC Blue. Sam Dickenson, Ben Williams and Jacob Blair Bradshaw were the other scorers. NYFL U15 KO Cup SF Beeston FC 3, Carlton Town Lions 4 (AET) Carlton Town Lions looked as though they were going out of the competition as they trailed Beeston FC 3-0 in their semi-final encounter. Lions made an incredible recovery to level the scores at 3-3 at the end of normal time and scored the winning goal in extra time to go through to the final. Reece Gatland, Owen Limb and Ben Sandhu had given Beeston what looked like a winning advantage but never-say-die Lions came back stronly with goals from Ben Morris, Mackenzie Rooney, Ellis Tongue and Rio Joseph. NYFL U15 KO Cup QF Carlton Town Lions 6, Quarrydale Utd 1 Carlton Town Lions went into the next round of the KO cup thanks to a 6-1 result against Quarrydale Utd. Josh garner and Ethan Turnball scored two goals each, Ben Morris and Ellis Tongue completed the list of scorers. Under 15 Division 1 Beeston FC 2, Woodhouse Colts 1 Beeston FC and Woodhouse Colts are both challenging for honours but on the day it was Beeston who secured maximum points with a 2-1 result. Owen Limb and Ben Sandhu scored for the hosts with James Sloan on target for the visitors. Under 15 Division 2 AFC Mansfield 2, East Leake Bantams 0 Second half goals by Ryan Walsh and Bailey Griffin gave AFC Mansfield a 2-0 victory over East Leake Bantams. Under 15 Division 3 Beaufort Utd 3, Sherwood FC Yellow 1 Beaufort Utd were 3-1 winners over Sherwood FC Yellow. Hucknall Sports Red 0, Karimia 3 In this top of the table clash it was Karimia who took all three points to close the gap on Hucknall Sports Red to two points and with a game in hand. Jordan Shani scored twice and Corey Mc Philbin got one. Priory Celtic Phoenix 1, Pegasus Youth Blue 7 Jacob Blair-Bradshaw completed his hat trick as Pegasus Youth Blue won 7-1 at Priory Celtic Phoenix. Darnell Allen-Forde, Blain Brown and Ashton Cockbill wee also on the scoresheet. Ravenshead Reds 0, Phoenix 14 Phoenix FC proved too strong for Ravenshead Reds and came away with all three points. Sherwood FC Blue 1, Hucknall Sports White 10 Kiarnne Elias Nyemba rattled in five goals as Hucknall Sports White were comfortable winners at Sherwood FC Blue. Harley Shooter completed his hat trick, Jayden Goodman and Sam O’Hanlon got one goal each. Under 15 Division 1 Beeston FC 5, Carlton Town Lions 4 In this top of the table clash it was Beeston who edged to victory by the odd goal of nine. Beeston led 3-1 at the halfway stage but league leaders Carlton fought back valiantly after the break and almost grabbed a point. Beeston’s scorers were Reece Gatland, Nathan Hill, Owen Limb, Be Lowe and Dylan North. Jack Dalton scored twice for Carlton with Ben Morris and Aaron Wainaina getting one. Carlton remain at the top of the table with Beeston in second place. Under 15 Division 2 Quarrydale Utd 1, Edwalton Cavaliers 2 Quarrydale Utd took the lead in the first half but second half goals by Daniel Hardy and Henry Wilks gave Edwalton all three points. Under 15 Division 3 Karimia 4, Sherwood FC Blue 0 Corey Mc Philbin completed his hat trick and Florin Raducan got one as Karimia beat Sherwood FC Blue 4-0 to hold on to second place. Phoenix FC 6, Beaufort Utd 3 Phoenix FC are level on points with Karimia but gave played more matches after their 6-3 win over Beaufort Utd. Sherwood FC Yellow 2, Hucknall Sports Red 3 Hucknall Sports Red remain at the top of the table thanks to a 3-2 win at Sherwood FC Yellow. Ben Nightingale and Somayla Sanogo scored for the hosts. NYFL U15 KO Cup Quarrydale Utd 1, AFC Mansfield 0 Quarrydale Utd went through to the next round thanks to a 1-0 win over local rivals AFC Mansfield. AFC Vernon White 7, Hucknall Sports Red 1 AFC Vernon White booked their place in the next round as Brandon Bates scored three and Matt Sundaerland got abrace. Under 15 Division 1 Nottingham FC 0, Woodhouse Colts 6 Woodhouse Colts scored six without reply at Nottingham FC, the goals being shared by Dale Brudzinski, Pierce Craggs, Alex Hardman, Ethan little, Zack Wakelin and Alfie Orme. Radcliffe Olympic 2, Beeston FC 2 Radcliffe Olympic and Beeston FC shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw. Malahku Selassie and Jacob Doyle scored for the hosts whilst Oliver Jasper and Nathan Hill were on target for the visitors who led 2-1 at the interval. Under 15 Division 2 Arnold Town Maroon 2, Mansfield Hosiery Mills 2 Arnold Town Maroon and Mansfield Hosiery Mills finished all square at 2-2. Under 15 Division 3 Pegasus Youth Blue 4, Bulwell Forest 2 Pegasus Youth Blue scored two goals in each half to beat Bulwell Forest 4-2. Jacob Blair Bradshaw, Blain Brown, Lewis Fletcher and Jack Shaw scored for Pegasus. Bulwell Forest’s goals came courtesy of Casey Scanlon and Nathan Turnbull. NYFL KO Cup QF Pegasus Youth Blue 1, Priory Celtic Black 4 Priory Celtic Black made it through to the last four with a 4-1 win at Pegasus Youth Blue. Jayden Smith completed his hat trick and Harry Brandrick got one. Woodhouse Colts 2, Carlton Town Lions 3 Woodhouse Colts were leading 2-1 at half time against Carlton Town Lions with two Leighton Hardwick-Platts goals but it was the visitors who went through to the next round with a 3-2 result. Under 15 Division 2 Mansfield Hosiery Mills 7, East Leake Bantams 0 A depleted East Leake Bantams side fought valiantly at Mansfield Hosiery Mills but were unable to prevent the home side winning 7-0. Dylan Adams scored twice, Beck Draycott, Jeremiah Fewkes, Alex Mann, Kieran Walker and Jack Seeley got one goal each. Under 15 Division 3 Ilkeston FC Jnrs Red 1, Hucknall Sports White 2 Hucknall Sports White were 2-1 winners at Ilkeston FC Jnrs Red. Owen Ashwell and Kiarnne Elias Nyemba scored for Sports, Connor Bland was the Ilkeston scorer. Karimia 9, Priory Celtic Phoenix 0 Karimia moved up to second place as a result of their 9-0 win over Priory Celtic Phoenix. Jordan Shani co0mpleted his hat trick, Sam Clifford bagged a brace, Kai Chapman, Zain Mahmood, Corey Mc Philbin and James Layton got one each. Phoenix FC 10, Sherwood FC Blue 1 Phoenix are comfortably placed just below the leading two teams in the division following their win over Sherwood FC Blue. Under 15 Division 1 AFC Vernon White 0, Radcliffe Olympic 0 AFC Vernon and Radcliffe Olympic had to be content with a point apiece as neither team managed to break the deadlock in a goalless draw. Beeston FC 5, Nottingham FC 0 Reece Gatland completed his hat trick as Beeston FC beat Nottingham FC 5-0. Under 15 Division 2 AFC Mansfield 2, Sherwood Colliery 0 AFC Mansfield beat local rivals Sherwood Colliery 2-0. Arnold Town Maroon 6, East Leake Bantams 1 Arnold Town Maroon scored three goals in each half to record a 6-1 win over East Leake Bantams. Quarrydale Utd 4, Bottesford 3 Quarrydale Utd won by the odd goal of seven against Bottesford FC. Under 15 Division 3 Pegasus Youth Blue 1, Karimia 2 Karimia recorded a 2-1 win at Pegasus Youth Blue. Priory Celtic Phoenix 5, Sherwood FC Yellow 8 Priory Celtic Phoenix and Sherwood FC yellow produced feats of goals with the visitors taking the points in a 8-5 scoreline. Daniel Evans completed his hat trick for Phoenix with Zach Grigsby getting a brace. Sherwood FC Blue 0, Ilkeston FC Jnrs Red 11 Ilkeston FC Jnrs Red had a convincing victory at Sherwood FC Blue. Ewna Bamford led the list of scored with three goals whilst Reece Bird, Francis Highton-Durrant and Robson Hazard got two goals each. Callum Boultby and Louis Perry scored a goal apiece. NYFL U15 KO Cup Arnold Town Maroon 1, Beeston FC 2 Beeston FC progressed to the next round of the KO cup thanks to goals from Oliver Jasper and Owen Limb. All the goals were scored in the second half after neither side could break the deadlock in the first period of play. Radcliffe Olympic 4, East Leake Bantams 1 Radcliffe eased through to the next stage of the competition with a 4-1 won over East Leake Bantams. Blayde Cooke scored for the visitors but goals form Max Etherington, Jack Frogson, Tom Mellors and Malahku Selassie gave Radcliffe victory. Under 15 Division 1 Nottingham FC 1, Carlton Town Lions 3 Carlton Town Lions were 3-1 winners at Nottingham FC. Ben Morris scored twice and Finn Martin got one goal. Under 15 Division 2 Bottesford 0, Priory Celtic Black 2 Jayden Smith scored two second half goals to give Priory Celtic Black a 2-0 victory at Bottesford FC. Quarrydale Utd 5, Keyworth Utd Black 3 Quarrydale Utd beat Keyworth Utd Black 5-3 as Jack Evans, Tyler Hook, Josh poxon, Henry Stevenson and Dylan Waterfield shared the goals for the hosts. Sherwood Colliery 1, Mansfield Hosiery Mills 2 Jeremiah Fewkes and Alex Mann gave Mansfield Hosiery Mills a 2-0 half time lead at Sherwood Colliery. Tommy Bailey pulled a goal back for Sherwood who were unable to find the equaliser. Under 15 Division 3 Hucknall Sports White 2, Karimia 5 Karimia secured all three points with a 5-2 result at Hucknall Sports White. Owen Ashwell and Abigail Newman scored for Sports whilst Karimia’s goals were scored by Waris Kayani, Hamza Khan, James Layton, Musa Mustafa and Jordan Shani. Phoenix 5, Ilkeston FC Jnrs 4 Phoenix FC won a nine-goal thriller by the odd goal against Ilkeston. Ilkeston led 1-0 at the end of the first half and then followed the goal glut, Joe Wilson scored twice for the visitors with Francis Highton-Durrant and Reece Bird also on target. Sneinton Town 6, Ravenshead Reds 1 Sneinton Town enjoyed a 6-1 win against Ravenshead Reds. Hucknall Sports Red 5, Priory Celtic Phoenix 0 Hucknall Sports Red scored five goals without reply against Priory Celtic Phoenix. NYFL U15 KO Cup Rd 3 Arnold Town Maroon 4, Keyworth Utd Black 0 Arnold Town Maroon secured their place in the quarter finals of the competition thanks to a 4-0 win over Keyworth Utd Black. Nathan Smith scored twice whilst Brandon Brown and Rashaun Douglas got one each. Ilkeston FC Jnrs Red 2, East Leake Bantams 3 East Leake Bantams won by the odd goal of five at Ilkeston FC Jnrs. The hosts held a 2-1 half time advantage but conceded two second half goals as Bantams secured all three points. Robson Hazard and Joe Wilkinson scored for Ilkeston whilst Bantam’s scorers were Blayde Cooke, Charlie Egglestone and Connor Keeton. Under 15 Division 3 Sherwood FC Yellow 2, Hucknall Sports White 0 Neither side managed to break the deadlock in the first half, Tai Bernard and Ben Nightingale eventually scoring to give Sherwood FC Yellow a 2-0 win. Under 15 Division 3 Pegasus Youth Blue 8, Ravenshead Reds 2 Pegasus Youth Blues are now level on points with league leaders Hucknall Sports Red after their 8-3 defeat of Ravenshead Reds. Dylan Thompson-Evans and Stan Dickenson bagged a brace apiece whilst Darnell Allen-Forde, Jacob Blair, Blain Brown and Jaden Litton-Baker got one each. Under 15 Division 1 Beeston FC 4, Nottingham FC 6 Beeston FC lost ground on the leading two teams in the division as they went down 6-4 to Nottingham FC. Kaaron Brown scored four goals for the visitors with Ferdinand Bartley and Kashe Hall getting one each. Beeston’s scores were Reece Gatland (2), Oliver Jasper and Owen Limb. Radcliffe Olympic 1, Carlton Town Lions 1 Malahku Selassie gave Radcliffe Olympic the lead in the first half against league leaders Carlton Town Lions but the points were eventually shared as Ethan Turnball levelled the scores after the break. Riverside Royals 2, AFC Vernon White 3 AFC Vernon closed the gap on the league leaders to one point following their 3-2 win at Riverside Royals. Ben Squires and Tyler Sturdy scored for Royals, Vernon’s goals coing courtesy of Equaughn Eves, Klein Gwenaro and Elliott Morley. Under 15 Division 2 Arnold Town Maroon 9, Quarrydale Utd 2 Arnold Town Maroon have become joint leaders following their comprehensive win over Quarrydale Utd. Brandon Brown, Tega Esevohare and Dylan Williams scored two goals each, Rashaun Douglas, Nathan Smith and Lewis Wilson got one each. Bottesford 2, Keyworth Utd Black 2 After a goalless first half Bottesford and Keyworth Utd Black scored two goals each to share the points. Edwalton Cavaliers 3, Priory Celtic Black 4 Priory Celtic Black’s win at Edwalton Cavaliers keeps them at the top of the table as joint leaders. Harry Brandrick scored a brace, Ben Griffiths and Jayden Smith got one each for Celtic. Edwalton’s goals came from Cadan Hawes (2) and Ben Moyes. Under 15 Division3 Bulwell Forest 0, Beaufort Utd 1 Beaufort United won by a solitary goal at Bulwell Forest. Hucknall Sports White 1, Ravenshead Reds 1 Hucknall Sports White and Ravenshead Reds shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw. Pegasus Youth Blue 1, Hucknall Sports Red 0 Blain Brown scored the only goal of the game to give Pegasus Youth Blue a 1-0 victory over league leaders Hucknall Sports Red. This win moved Pegasus up to second place in the table. Priory Celtic Phoenix 1, Sherwood FC Blue 2 Sherwood FC Blue won by the odd goal at Priory Celtic Phoenix, George Arrowsmith and Sonny Kerr-Martin scored for the visitors. Sherwood FC Yellow 3, Phoenix 3 Phoenix FC were leading 2-0 at the halfway stage at Sherwood FC Yellow but had to be content with a point as Sherwood fought back to end the game all square at 3-3. Sherwood scorers were Ben Nightingale (2) and Sumayla Sanogo. Under 15 Division 1 AFC Vernon White 3, Radcliffe Olympic 0 AFC Vernon White kept themselves in the running for honours with a 3-0 win over Radcliffe Olympic. Equaughn Eves scored twice and Tyrelle Bartley got one. Beeston FC 4, Carlton Town Lions 7 There was a goal fest at Beeston where the hosts led 4-3 at the halfway stage and went down to Carlton Town Lions 7-4. Charles Ablett, Reece Gatland, Rajmund Gyongyosi and Owen Limb scored for the hosts. Lions scorers were Rio Joseph (2), Josh Gardner (2), Ben Morris and Ellis Tongue. Bottesford 3, Mansfield Hosiery Mills 1 Dylan Marshall gave Mansfield Hosiery Mills a first half lead at Bottesford. Under 15 Division 2 AFC Mansfield 1, Arnold Town Maroon 2 AFC Mansfield lost their unbeaten record as they went down 2-1 to Arnold Town Maroon. The host rallied after the break, a Joe Doughty brace and one by James Turner turning the game in their favour and give the home side all three points. Under 15 Division 3 Bulwell Forest 2, Hucknall Sports Red 6 League leaders Hucknall Sports Red were 6-2 winners at Bulwell Forest. Casey Scanlon and Adeshola Taiwo scored for the home team but a brace apiece by Spencer Churchill and Daniel Hary, plus goals from Casey Smith-Underwood and Justin Graham gave Sports their eighth league win of the campaign. Hucknall Sports White 2, Beaufort Utd 4 Beaufort United won 4-2 at Hucknall Sports White. Corey Mc Philbin and Abigail Newman scored for Sports. Karimia 19, Ravenshead Reds 0 Usman Mirza netted five goals as Karimia proved too strong for Ravenshead Reds. Jordan Shani added four goals and Rayyan Khan completed his hat trick. Pegasus Youth Blue 5, Sherwood FC Blue 2 Pegasus Youth Blue moved up to second place following their 5-2 defeat of Sherwood FC Blue. Lewis Fletcher and Blain Brown scored two goals each and Darnell Allen-Forde got the other goal for the home side. Under 15 Division 1 Beeston FC 0, Radcliffe Olympic 0 Beeston FC dropped two valuable points as they were held to a goalless draw by Radcliffe Olympic. Carlton Town Lions 2, Nottingham FC 2 Carlton Town Lions played Nottingham FC today in a scrappy but very exciting game. Both teams created lots of chances and Nottingham went in at HT 1-0 ahead, scoring just before the break. were dangerous on the break and scored a last minute goal from a corner to bring the game to 2-2 at FT. The second half Lions were much better and scored an equaliser through Rio Joseph and took the lead after a good move was finished well by Josh Gardner. The game was played in excellent spirits and with good sporting attitudes from both teams. Woodhouse Colts 0, AFC Vernon White 3 AFC Vernon White scored three without rely at Woodhouse Colts, Equaughn Eves scoring all three goals for the visitors. Under 15 Division 2 Arnold Town Maroon 6, Bottesford 0 Arnold Town Maroon remain in the chase for honours following their 6-0 win over Bottesford. Brandon brown and Dylan Williams scored two goals each with Kyme Mason and Nathan Smith also on the scoresheet. East Leake Bantams 0, AFC Mansfield 4 AFC Mansfield held on to top spot thanks to a 4-0 result at East Leake Bantams. The first half was goalless and then Ryan Walsh scored twice, Jack Casey and Finley Turner once each to secure maximum points for the visitors. Edwalton Cavaliers 2, Quarrydale Utd 4 Quarrydale Utd were 4-2 victors at Edwalton Cavaliers whose goal scorers were Danesh Gardner and Daniel Hardy. Priory Celtic Black 7, Sherwood Colliery 0 Priory Celtic Black could manage just one goal in the first half against a resolute Sherwood Colliery but after the break it was a different story, the hosts running in six more goals. Jayden Smith finished with three goals, Liam Garner added two more, Harry Brandrick and Bradley Mc Intosh got one each. Mansfield Hosiery Mills 4, Keyworth Utd Black 1 Mansfield Hosiery Mills saw off the challenge of Keyworth Utd Black to the tune of 4-1. Dylan Adams netted twice with Jez Fewkes and Beck Draycott getting one each. Under 15 Division 3 Beaufort Utd 4, Karimia 4 Beaufort Utd and Karimia produced a feast of goals in which the spoils were shared. Karimia’s scorers were Hamza Khan (2), Rayyan Khan and Oskar Niemczynski. Hucknall Sports Red 3, Hucknall Sports White 1 Daniel Hary scored all three goals for Hucknall Sports Red as they beat Hucknall Sports White 3-1. The Reds are three points clear at the top of the table. Ilkeston FC Jnrs 4, Phoenix FC 1 Phoenix got the early goal whilst Ilkeston were still asleep. Ben Wookey pulled it back to 1 each before the break. Second half was held at 1 – 1 until Louis Perry took a free kick on the edge of box scoring a delightful top left goal. Ilkeston had the edge and Ewan Bamford soon got two more goals with yet another amazing lob over the keeper. Ravenshead Reds 1, Sherwood FC Yellow 5 Ben Nightingale scored three for Sherwood FC Yellow at Ravenshead Reds. Kiri Paterson and Sumayla Sanogo were the other scorers for Sherwood. Sherwood FC Blue 8, Bulwell Forest 2 Two goals apiece by George Arrowsmith, Tyler Redfearn and Caiden Reeve set Sherwood FC Blue on the way to victory over Bulwell Forest. Connor Brown and Sonny Kerr-Martin got one goal each. Bulwell’s scorers were Pierce Shaw and Kian Whittaker. Sneinton Town 7, Pegasus Youth Blue 5 Sneinton Town won a twelve-goal epic against Pegasus Youth Blue. Ashton Cockbill and Lewis Fletcher scored two goals each for Pegasus with Blain Brown also on target. NYFL U15 KO Cup Rd 2 AFC Vernon White 8, Phoenix FC 1 AFC Vernon White went through to the next round with an 8-1 win over Phoenix FC. Priory Celtic Black 8, Sherwood FC Yellow 0 Ben Griffiths scored three and Harry Brandrick two as Priory Celtic Black beat Sherwood FC Yellow 8-0. Ravenshead Reds 1, Arnold Town Maroon 6 Dylan Williams scored four goals as Arnold Town Maroon won 6-1 at Ravenshead Reds. Kyme Mason and Lewis Wilson were the other scorers. Woodhouse Colts 1, Nottingham FC 0 A Jaz Goundry goal in the first half was sufficient for Woodhouse Colts to beat Nottingham FC. Quarrydale Utd 5, Mansfield Hosiery Mills 0 Quarrydale Utd took the honours against local rivals Mansfield Hosiery Mills, beating them 5-0. Jack Baxter scored twice with Morgan Hayes, Korben Spiers and Henry Stevenson getting one each. Ilkeston FC Jnrs 4, Riverside Royals 4 (Ilkeston won on pens 4-3) Ilkeston had a bad start due to Joel Bragan (keeper) dislocated his shoulder during warm up and was taken to hospital. Under 15 Division 2 East Leake Bantams 1, Bottesford 1 Connor Keeton gave East Leake Bantams a first half lead against Bottesford. As expected Riverside soon found themselves three goals up at half time. Harvey Stone levelled the scored after the break to give the visitors a share of the spoils. Second half Ilkeston dug deep and managed to get back into game getting three late goals taking the match into extra time. Edwalton Cavaliers 2, AFC Mansfield 2 A Finley Turner brace earned a point for AFC Mansfield as they drew 2-2 at Edwalton Cavaliers. Riverside fast off the blocks and got a fourth in the first half of extra time, Ilkeston never gave up when Ewan Bamford chipped the keeper putting the game to penalties. Penalties went to the final two players, Oliver Wheeldon scoring Ilkeston final shot. Daniel Hardy and Oliver Latham had given Cavaliers a 2-1 half time lead. Pressure was unbelievable on all the lads as Jorge Barker walked up to the penalty spot. Under 15 Division 3 Bulwell Forest 3, Sneinton Town 8 Sneinton Town recorded their first win of the season with an 8-3 result at Bulwell Forest. Unfortunately for Riverside Louis Meadowcroft Ilkeston temporary keeper saved the shot. Casey Scanlon, Pierce Shaw and Jacob Turner scored for the hosts. Hucknall Sports White 4, Sherwood FC Blue 3 Hucknall Sports White won by the odd goal of seven against Sherwood FC Blue. Chris Haynes, Tanaka Muchechesi, Kiarnne Elias Nyemba and Kian Stevenson scored for Sports. Sherwood replied with a Tyler Redfern brace and one from Sonny Kerr-Martin. Karimia 3, Hucknall Sports Red 3 Great Sunday morning game with neither team really giving anything away. Unfortunately the first 20 minutes was a very crucial time with the scores 0-0. Unfortunately a pass back to the Karimia keeper who miskicked the ball went straight to one of Daniel Hary who put the ball in the back of the net. However Karimia came back stronger with only seconds to go in the first half got a free kick outside the box. Rayyan who is the regular free kick taker for Karimia stepped up and curled the ball in to the top corner, all level at 1-1. This was going to be a very close game with only a goal in it. Karimia went in the lead early second half when awarded a penalty because of a handball in the box. Kai top scorer had the confidence to step up to take the penalty and put it away confidently. Hucknall then came back stronger and Daniel Hary added his second goal and brought the scores level. Minutes later Unman beat his man and slotted the ball past the keeper’s near post putting Karma ahead with only minutes to go. Hucknall then went straight up the other end and Justin Graham scored bring the scorers level at 3-3. Pegasus Youth Blue 8, Priory Celtic Phoenix 1 Two goals apiece by Jacob Blair-Bradshaw, Blain Brown and Lewis Fletcher set Pegsus Youth Blu up for victory over Priory Celtic Phoenix. Roco Alder and Stanley Dickenson were the other Pegasus scorers, Zac Grigsby got a consolation goal for Priory. NYFL U15 KO Cup Rd 1 Sherwood FC Blue 0, Ilkeston FC Red 10 Ewan Bamford completed his hat trick whilst Connor Bland and Robson Hazard scored two goals each in Ilkeston’s win at Sherwood FC Blue. Under 15 Division 1 AFC Vernon White 3, Carlton Town Lions 5 Carlton Town Lions played AFC Vernon away and had an excellent game. The game started at a frenetic pace, and after the visitors scored an early goal, Vernon responded well to draw level. Carlton played some smashing football and went in at HT 3-1 up. After the break Carlton added a fourth, before an impressive spell from Vernon meant it was 4-3 with 15 mins to play. Carlton got a fifth and final goal to record a 5-3 win. It was a tough and at times very physical game, but some excellent quality too. Nottingham FC 1, Radcliffe Olympic 4 Two goals in each half saw Radcliffe come away from Nottingham FC with a 4-1 win. Lewis Robertson scored twice, Oliver Petchell and Callum Smith got one each. Woodhouse Colts 2, Beeston FC 3 Woodhouse Colts lost ground on the leaders as they went down 3-2 to Beeston FC. Reece Garland scored twice and Owen Limb once for the visitors. Under 15 Division 2 Arnold Town Maroon 8, Keyworth Utd Black 1 Arnold Town Maroon had a comfortable win over Keyworth Utd Black as Nathan Smith and Tega Esevohare scored two goals apiece. Bottesford 0, Edwalton Cavaliers 3 A Ted Roberts brace and on from Morgan Roberts gave Edwalton Cavaliers a 3-0 win at Bottesford. East Leake Bantams 3, Mansfield Hosiery Mills 0 Connor Keeton scored twice and Blayde Cooke got one for Eats Leake Bantams in their 3-0 defeat of Mansfield Hosiery Mills. Priory Celtic Black 1, AFC Mansfield 2 In this top of the table clash the honours went to AFC Mansfield who won 2-1 to go above Priory Celtic Black. Finlay Turner and Patryk Podgorski scored for the visitors, Ishvan Singh was on target for Celtic. Quarrydale Utd 6, Sherwood Colliery 3 Quarrydale Utd were 6-3 victors against local rivals Sherwood Colliery. Korben Spier scored twice, Henry Stevenson, Harrison Mills, Jack Evans and Jack Baxter got one each. Under 15 Division 3] Beaufort Utd 3, Phoenix FC 5 Phoenix FC were 5-3 winners at Beaufort Utd. Hucknall Sports Red 6, Sherwood FC Yellow 0 Hucknall Sports Red scored three goals in each half without reply to take maximum points form their match against Sherwood FC Yellow. Priory Celtic Phoenix 1, Bulwell Forest 7 Adeshola Taiwo completed his hat and Nathan Turnbull bagged a brace as Bulwell Forest won 7-1 at Priory Celtic Phoenix. Jacob Taylor and Alfas Ansar were Bulwell’s other scorers. Under 15 NYFL KO Cup Rd 1 East Leake Bantams 4, Hucknall Sports White 4 (E/Leake won 4-3 on pens) East Leake Bantams went through to the next round in an extremely tight game against Hucknall Sports White which had to be decided by a penalty shoot-out. A Connor Keeton brace and one each from Blayde Cooke and Jacob Taylor were matched by goals for Sports from Owen Ashwell, Abigail Newman and Kiarnne Elias Nyemba. Under 15 Division 1 Riverside Royals 1, Carlton Town lions 5 Carlton Town Lions travelled to Riverside Royals for an excellent game of football. It was played in fantastic spirits and both teams played some expansive, attacking football at times. Carlton started well with lots of possession and scored two great goals, but credit goes to Riverside for getting one back before HT. Second half, Carlton’s larger squad became a big factor as they were able to keep fresh legs on the pitch. Riverside played well and had chances, but Carlton were fortunate enough to take three chances in the second half. Ben Morris completed his hat trick for Carlton whilst Josh Gardner bagged a brace. Woodhouse Colts 2, Radcliffe Olympic 1 Woodhouse Colts made it four league wins in five matches to be joint leaders. Under 15 Division 2 Priory Celtic Black 10, Quarrydale Utd 1 Tom Fletcher and Jayden Smith scored three goals each to help Priory Celtic Black record a comfortable victory over Quarrydale Utd. Sherwood Colliery 2, AFC Mansfield 2 AFC Mansfield dropped their first points of the season as Sherwood Colliery held them to a 2-2 draw. Under 15 Division 3 Karimia 14, Sneinton Town 0 Great performance by Karimia today, with an excellent team performance and individual hat tricks from the boys. Sneinton were really slow out of the blocks today and Karimia did not let them play. The hosts were in control all over the park with fitness, strength and played really good football today. Goal scorers: Florin 3, Jordan 3, Sam 3, Hamza 1, Zain 1, and Kartell 1, Kai 1and Rayyan 1 Phoenix FC 5, Hucknall Sports Red 6 Phoenix FC and Hucknall Sports Red produced a feast of goals with the latter taking all three points with a 6-5 scoreline. Daniel Hary completed his hat trick, Justin Graham bagged a brace and Casey Smith Underwood got one for Sports. Under 15 Division 1 Radcliffe Olympic 0, AFC Vernon White 2 Two first half goals gave AFC Vernon White a 2-0 win at Radcliffe Olympic and lifted them to the top of the table. Under 15 Division 2 Arnold Town Maroon 4, Edwalton Cavaliers 0 Arnold Town Maroon are in third place after a 4-0 win over Edwalton Cavaliers. Tega Esavohare scored twice with Rashaun Douglas and Connor Macvickas getting one each. East Leake Bantams 2, Keyworth Utd Black 4 Keyworth United Black are in fourth place with a game in hand after winning 4-2 at East leake Bantams. Keyworth scored three goals without reply in the first half but then a Blayde Cooke brace gave the hosts hopes of getting something from the game. However, Keyworth added another goal to secure the points. Under 15 Division 3 Hucknall Sports Red 4, Ilkeston FC Jnrs 3 An end to end game with both teams having their share of missed opportunities. Hucknall managed to steal the winning goal in the last few minutes of the game after Ilkeston had recovered from going 2-0 down to level the scores. Daniel Harvey completed his hat trick and Carnell Lester got one for Hucknall. Ewan Bamford (2) and Callum Boultby scored for the visitors. Sherwood FC Blue 2, Phoenix FC 5 Phoenix FC are three points clear at the top of the table following their 5-2 win at Sherwood FC Blue. George Arrowsmith and Sonny Kerr-Martin scored for the hosts. NYFL U15 KO Cup Rd 1 Bottesford 5, Pegasus Youth Blue 6 Bottesford looked like going through to the next round as they led 5-2 at half time against Pegasus Youth Blue. The visitors turned the game in their favour after the break to eventually win the tie 6-5. Bottesford’s scorers were James Turner (2), Alex Machin, Harvey Stone and George Wardle. Jacob Blair Richardson and Stanley Dickenson got a brace each for the visitors with Darnell Allen-Forde and Lewis Fletcher also on the scoresheet. Edwalton Cavaliers 1, Arnold Town Maroon 7 Arnold Town Maroon recorded a 7-1 win at Edwalton Cavaliers. Keyworth Utd Black 2, Karimia 1 Keyworth Utd Black went through thanks to a 2-1 victory over Karimia FC. Phoenix FC 5, Bulwell Forest 3 Phoenix Fc safely negotiated their passage into the second round with a 5-3 defeat of Bulwell Forest. Priory Celtic Phoenix 3, Sherwood FC Yellow 9 Daniel Evans scored twice and Zach Grigsby got one for Priory Celtic Phoenix who made their exit from the competition at the hands of Sherwood FC yellow. Ben Nightingale completed his hat trick, Kirin Peterson and Hasan Javed bagged a brace apiece, Tai Bernard and Tom Hutton got one each. Ravenshead Reds 5, Beaufort Utd 3 Ravenshead Reds enjoyed a 5-3 success against Beaufort United. Sherwood Colliery 1, Priory Celtic Black 4 A goal apiece by Liam Garner, Jayden Smith, Bradley Mc Intosh and Ishvan Singh saw off the challenge of Sherwood Colliery to put Priory Celtic Black into the second round. Under 15 Division 1 Nottingham FC 6, Riverside Royals 2 Kaaron Brown scored four goals as Nottingham Fc beat Riverside Royals 6-2. Kashe Hall and Jake Richards-Brace were the other scores for the home team. Woodhouse Colts 3, Carlton Town Lions 1 Both teams played with a good spirit and a good finish from a Woodhouse player meant they went in at HT with a 1-0 lead. The second half got underway and once again Woodhouse scored, before a brilliant shot from outside the box into the top corner meant Woodhouse were 3-0 up. A change in formation meant Carlton got back into the game, scoring a goal with 10 minutes to go. After a spell of pressure, Carlton had a corner kick and, very unfortunately, there was a collision which left one of our players temporarily unconscious. With concerns for his health, the game was called off with 3 minutes to play. Woodhouse were completely deserving of their victory and as a club, a huge thank you goes to them to their support and concern around our injured player. Under 15 Division 1 Carlton Town Lions 5, AFC Vernon White 0 The game got off to a fast start, with Carlton taking a lead within the first few minutes. After that bright start, it was a scrappy game with chances at both ends, but not a huge amount of quality in the game. Around 20 minutes into the game, Carlton got their second and went into HT with a 2-0 lead. The second half was much improved and after some good passing and finishing, the game ended 5-0 to Carlton. Ben Morris completed his hat trick, Josh Gardner and Ellis Tongue scored one each. Radcliffe Olympic 1, Beeston FC 2 Malahku Selassie gave Radcliffe Olympic a first half lead against Beeston FC. The visitors responded after the break and goals from Owen Limb and Reece Gatland turn the game in their favour. Nottingham FC 3, Woodhouse Colts 2 Nottingham FC got their first win of the season with a 3-2 result against Woodhouse Colts. Leighton Hardwick-Platts and George Gothridge scored for the visitors. Under 15 Division 2 AFC Mansfield 3, Quarrydale Utd 1 AFC Mansfield maintained their 100% record to top the table thanks to a 3-1 win over Quarrydale Utd. Luke Sheppard scored for the visitors but goals by Luke Johnson, Ton Robinson and Finley Turner secure the points for the league’s pacesetters. Arnold Town Maroon 3, Sherwood Colliery 3 Arnold Town Maroon shared six goals with Sherwood Colliery. Rashaun Douglas scored twice for Arnold and Nathan Smith got one. Mansfield Hosiery Mills 1, Priory Celtic Black 9 Jayden Smith rattled in seven goals for Priory Celtic Black as they came away from Mansfield Hosiery Mills with all three points. Liam Garner and Kye Palmer also scored with Len Robinson on target for Mansfield. Bottesford 3, East Leake Bantams 5 Mc Kenzie Withers scored three goals for Bottesford but it wasn’t sufficient to prevent East Leake Bantams taking maximum points with a 5-3 scoreline. Connor Keeton scored three for Bantams with Harry James and Oliver Kelly getting one each. Under 15 Division 3 Bulwell Forest 1, Karimia 13 Kai Chapman netted five times as Karimia proved too strong for Bulwell Forest. Rayyan Khan and Jordan Shani got two each with Toby Harris getting a consolation for the hosts. Hucknall Sports Red 7, Beaufort Utd 1 Hucknall Sports Red were 7-1 winners against Beaufort United, Carnell lester grabbing three goals while Justin Graham finished with a brace. Pegasus Youth Blue 11, Sherwood FC Yellow 1 Pegasus Youth Blue were convincing winners against Sherwood Fc yellow, Lewis Fletcher completing his hat trick. Priory Celtic Phoenix 0, Phoenix FC 9 Callum Charlemagne continued his good form in front of goal, scoring four times in Phoenix FC’s win at Priory Celtic Phoenix. Sherwood FC Blue 8, Ravenshead Reds 8 There was a feast of goals as Sherwood FC Blue and Ravenshead Reds shared sixteen goals. George Arrowsmith and Sonny Kerr-Martin completed their hat trick for Sherwood. Under 15 Division 1 AFC Vernon White 4, Riverside Royals 1 Two goals in each half secured a 4-1 win for AFC Vernon against Riverside Royals. Equaughn Eves scored twice and Klein Gwenero once for Vernon whilst Marley Fearon replied for Riverside. Beeston FC 7, Rolls Royce Leisure 2 Beeston are the pace setters in the division following their 7-2 defeat of Rolls Royce Leisure. Ben Sandhu completed his hat trick, Reece Gatland scored twice, Malachy Kearney got one as did Owen Limb. Woodhouse Colts 3, Nottingham FC 0 Woodhouse Colts scored three times without reply against Nottingham FC. Leighton Hardwick Platts, Liam Mays and Alfie Orme were the scorers. Under 15 Division 2 Priory Celtic Black 2, Arnold Town Maroon 2 Priory Celtic Black missed the opportunity to go top of the table as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Arnold Town Maroon. Thomas Fletcher and Liam Garner scored for the hosts. Sherwood Colliery 5, East Leake Bantams 3 Sherwood Colliery got their first points on the board with a 5-3 defeat of East Leake Bantams. Keyworth Utd Black 1, AFC Mansfield 3 A good game between two evenly matched teams. Nil-nil at half time was a reflection of both cancelling the other out but Mansfield’s speed, skill & strength earned them a one goal lead and as the home team chased the game defensive gaps appeared in front of the Keyworth goal allowing the visitors to score two more with a late Reilly Phoenix goal little more than a consolation. Under 15 Division 3 Ilkeston FC Red 16, Priory Celtic Phoenix 1 Ilkeston FC Red proved too strong for a plucky Priory Celtic Phoenix side that never gave up. Reece Bird and Francis Hignett-Durrant scored four goals each with Ewan Bamford completing his hat trick. Karimia 3, Hucknall Sports White 6 This was a lovely game to watch with high tempo from both sides. Karimia came out the stronger team, going in front after a couple of minutes from Zain Mahmood playing on the right hand side of midfield. He received the ball, took his opponent on and slotted it in the bottom corner. Hucknall then came back with two really good goals and especially the one from their captain which put them ahead 2-1 going in to the second half. However Karimia came back with two cracking goals from Waris and a beauty from Jordan on the edge of the box, bringing the score 5-3. Karimia missed numerous chances throughout the game but it wasn’t their day today, finishing the game 6-3. Phoenix FC 3, Pegasus Youth Blue 2 Phoenix and Pegasus Youth have made excellent starts to the season and are sitting comfortably near the top of the table. On this occasion it was Phoenix who took the honours with a 3-2 win thanks to goals from Callum Charlemagne, Caine Constantine and Zak Wright. Sherwood FC Yellow 4, Bulwell Forest 4 Sherwood FC Yellow and Bulwell Forest shared eight goals after the visitors had been leading 3-1 at the halfway stage. Kirin Paterson and Tyler Redfearn scored two goals each for Sherwood, Bulwell’s goals came from Jacob Taylor (2), Adeshola Taiwo and Harry Davies. Under 15 Division 1 Carlton Town Lions 5, Beeston FC 1 The game got off to a fast start with both teams playing well, but Carlton settled the sooner and opened the scoring after 15 minutes from a Fin Huffadine header. Five minutes later, Ellis Tongue found himself in front of goal and he scored with real confidence. At 2-0 both teams were still very competitive, but Ethan Turnbull finished with real style to make it 3-0 with half time approaching. After some poor defending, Beeston got a penalty which they took, making it 3-1 at the halfway stage. A tight second half followed, but with 10 minutes left Ethan Turnbull got onto an excellent cross to get his second and Carlton’s fourth, before Kyle Fawsitt rifled the final goal of the game into the roof of the net just before the end. Both teams played the game in good spirits and it was a hard fought, but high quality game. Nottingham FC 1, AFC Vernon White 4 Equaughn Eves completed his hat trick as AFC Vernon White were 4-1 winners at Nottingham FC to leave the home team still searching for their first league win. Rolls Royce Leisure 0, Radcliffe Olympic 2 Radcliffe Olympic won an extremely competitive match at Rolls Royce thanks to goals by Lewis Robertson and Jacob Doyle. Under 15 Division 2 Bottesford 0, AFC Mansfield 1 AFC Mansfield maintained their 100% record with a 1-0 win at Bottesford FC and sit comfortably in third place. East Leake Bantams 3, Priory Celtic Black 5 Priory Celtic were 5-3 winners at East leake Bnatams. Jayden Smith (2), Bradley Mc Intosh and Liam Garner scored. Blayde Cooke scored twice for Bantams with Oliver Kelly also on target. Edwalton Cavaliers 6, Sherwood Colliery 2 Edwalton Cavaliers got maximum points for the first time as they beat Sherwood Colliery 6-2. Daniel Hardy and Ted Roberts scored two goals each, Danesh Gardner and Sajjan John got one each. Mansfield Hosiery Mills 3, Quarrydale Utd 2 Mansfield Hosiery Mills edged to a 3-2 win over local rivals Quarrydale Utd. The teams shared four first half goals, the home side scoring a second half winner. Tyler Hook and Henry Stevenson scored for Quarrydale, Len Robinson, Jack Seeley and Kieran Walker were Mansfield’s scorers. Under 15 Division 3 Bulwell Forest 3, Phoenix FC 3 Bulwell Forest and Phoenix FC shared six goals. Jacob Taylor scored twice for Bulwell with Toby Harris getting one. Phoenix’s goals came from Cain Constantine (2) and Callum Charlemagne. Hucknall Sports White 7, Sherwood FC Yellow 1 Abigail Newman completed het hat trick as Hucknall Sports White beat Sherwood FC Yellow 7-1. Corey Mc Philbin got a brace, Chris Haynes and Ciaran Wright got one each. Pegasus Youth Blue 6, Ilkeston FC Jnrs Red 2 Pegasus Youth versus Ilkeston games always feel like cup ties as the teams are very competitive and this was no exception as the game flowed from end to end. Ilkeston had far more attempts on goal but couldn’t hit the back of net as they struggled to take their chances. Blain Brown completed his hat trick, Lewis Fletcher grabbed a brace and Jack Shaw scored for the home team. Priory Celtic Phoenix 3, Ravenshead Reds 0 Priory Celtic Phoenix got their first points of the season thanks to a Zachary Grigsby hat trick against Ravenshead Reds. Under 15 Division 1 Beeston FC 5, Riverside Royals 0 Four first half goals set Beeston on the path to victory over Riverside Royals. They added a fifth after the break as Reece Gatland, Oliver Jasper, Ty Langley, Owen Limb and Ben Lowe shared the goals. Carlton Town Lions 6, Rolls Royce Leisure 0 Unfortunately, Rolls Royce only managed to field 10 players, as they had last minute injuries and drop outs late on Saturday. Nevertheless, the game got started and there was some excellent football from both teams. The deadlock was broken when Ben Morris latched onto a very intelligent through ball from Rio Joseph to complete a team goal which must have had 20 passes in it. A missed penalty and disallowed goal for Carlton meant that the game was 1-0 at HT – an outstanding effort from Rolls Royce considering their numbers. The second half started and after some tactical changes, a rapid-fire hat trick from Ellis Tongue put Carlton in a commanding position 15 minutes into the second half. Rolls Royce were struggling the keep up with Carlton and before the conclusion of the game, Ben Morris managed to get another two goals, meaning Carlton won the game 6-0, with two hat tricks in the team. AFC Vernon 2, Woodhouse Colts 9 Leighton Hardwick Platts rattled in four goals as Woodhouse Colts were comfortable winners at AFC Vernon. Brandon Draycott added three goals whilst George Gotheridge got a brace. Under 15 Division 2 Keyworth Utd Black 5, Bottesford 5 Another cavalier performance from Keyworth, who offered their visitors a three goal start inside of 10 minutes yet continued to play beautiful slick passing football across the smooth green acres of Platt Lane resulting in an exhilarating come back capped off by Reilly Phoenix’s twenty yard last minute strike to finally draw level at 5-5. Elijah Gregory completed his hat trick for Keyworth as did Nathan Crane for Bottesford. Priory Celtic Black 4, Edwalton Cavaliers 4 Priory Celtic Black and Edwalton Cavaliers shared eight goals, Daniel Hardy scoring three for the visitors whilst Jayden Smith bagged a brace for the hosts. Quarrydale Utd 1, Arnold Town Maroon 4 Dylan Williams scored three of Arnold’s goals at Quarrydale, the other coming from Rashaun Douglas, Luke Sheppard replied for the home team Under 15 Division 3 Ilkeston FC Jnrs 4, Bulwell Forest 1 Ilkeston FC Jnrs were 4-1 winners against Bulwell Forest. Three first half goals put them in a commanding position. The second half was more evenly balanced with each team scoring one goal. Joe Wilkinson (2), Reece Bird and Louis Perry scored for Ilkeston, Bulwell’s scorer was Jacob Taylor. Ravenshead Reds 1, Pegasus Youth 11 Blain Brown and Lewis Fletcher continued their good scoring form for Pegasus bagging a hat-trick each. Ben Williams and Jack Shaw got two each with Ben Ratcliffe netting his first for the club in an 11-1 victory. Beaufort Utd 7, Priory Celtic Phoenix 1 Beaufort Utd were 7-1 winners against Priory Celtic Phoenix whose goalscorer was Zachary Grigsby. Phoenix FC 4, Hucknall Sports White 1 Two goals in each half secured a 4-1 win for Phoenix FC. Callum Charlemagne scored twice, Caine Constantine and Josh Ellis Copson get one each. Sherwood FC Yellow 2, Karimia 5 This was a game played in great spirit by both teams. The referee controlled the game very well and let both sides play football. Karimia were too strong for Sherwood in the middle of the field and controlled the game really well, with Sherwood having limited opportunities and Karimia led in the first half 2-1. Sherwood then came back in to the game and put Karimia under a lot of pressure and even though losing 3-2 they put the visitors under pressure as they tried to find an equaliser that never came. Karimia went on to score some great goals which left Sherwood helpless. Karimia’s scorers were Rayyan Khan (2), Hamza Khan (2) and Wasim Ali. Tai Bernard and Fraser Jackson-Pinder scored for Sherwood. Under 15 Division 1 Nottingham FC 1, Beeston FC 8 Beeston FC’s Reece Gatland scored five goals as his side came away from Nottingham FC with all three points. Owen Limb was the other Beeston scorer with three goals whilst Kaaron Brown scored a consolation goal for Nottingham FC. Riverside Royals 0, Radcliffe Olympic 4 A good game which Radcliffe were the stronger team, and had the upper hand but were never comfortable and only a super save in the second half to keep their clean sheet. Radcliffe scorers were Jack Frogson, Oliver Petchell, Malahku Selassie and Kyle Wilson. Under 15 Division 2 Arnold Town Maroon 1, AFC Mansfield 4 Two goals in each half gave AFC Mansfield a 4-1 win at Arnold Town Maroon. Rashaun Douglas scored for Arnold in the first half but a goal apiece by Jack Casey, Frazer Osbourne, Matthew Walker and Luke Johnson secured the points. Mansfield Hosiery Mills 4, Bottesford 0 Len Robinson helped himself to a brace of goals as Mansfield Hosiery Mills ran out 4-0 winners against Bottesford. Sherwood Colliery 4, Keyworth Utd Black 7 A first half goal fest of contrasting styles – the physical presence & aerial ability of the Sherwood team started proceedings with a header from a set piece which Keyworth cancelled out with an 8 man passing movement direct from the restart. The teams continued to trade goals in much the same way until half time. The second half was a big ask for Sherwood as early on they went down to 10 men and despite the fact that they ran until the final whistle the extra man and the passing game of Keyworth proved decisive and a further 3 Keyworth goals settled proceedings. Sherwood goals were scored by: Jack Foulds, Charlie Irving (2), Owen Parkin. Keyworth goals were scored by : Jaimal Jhumat (3), Josh Singh, Alfie Harkins, Elijah Gregory og. Under 15 Division 3 Bulwell Forest 7, Ravenshead Reds 2 Hat tricks by Adeshola Taiwo and Jacob Taylor set Bulwell Forest on the way to a comfortable victory over Ravenshead Reds. Hucknall Sports White 1, Ilkeston FC Jnrs 3 Ilkeston FC Jnrs won a close match at Hucknall Sportsv White with a 3-1 scoreline. Jai Gajree scored for Sports whilst Reece Birdgot two and Ewan Bamford one for Ilkeston. Karimia 4, Phoenix FC 2 Karimia and Phoenix shared four first half goals to go into the half time break level at 2-2. In the second half Karimia added two more goals to win 4-2. Pegasus Youth Blue 4, Beaufort Utd 4 In an eight-goal thriller the honours were shared as Pegasus Youth Blue and Beaufort Utd finished all square at 4-4. Priory Celtic Phoenix 1, Hucknall Sports Red 18 Hucknall Sports Red had a comfortable win at Priory Celtic Phoenix, Daniel Hary scoring six goals whilst Justin Graham got 5. Under 15 Division 1 AFC Vernon White 3, Nottingham FC 3 Nottingham FC led 2-0 at the halfway stage through two Kaaron brown goals. Vernon fought back with Equaughn Eves completing his hat trick to earn a point in a 3-3 draw. Brown also finished with three goals for Nottingham FC. Carlton Town Lions 5, Radcliffe Olympic 2 Carlton Town Lions ran out 5-2 winners against Radcliffe Olympic as Kyle Fawsitt, Rio Joseph, Ellis Tongue and Ben Morris scored. Radcliffe’s scorers were Jack Frogson and William Harvey. Under 15 Division 2 Edwalton Cavaliers 1, Bottesford FC 3 After a close first half in which neither side broke the deadlock, Bottesford eventually took maximum points with a 3-1 win at Edwalton Cavaliers. Darnel Hardy scored for the hoem side, Goe Doughty, James Turner and Mc Kensie Withers scoring for Bottesford. Quarrydale Utd 7, Priory Celtic Black 4 Quarrydale Utd won a high-scoring math against priory Celtic Black with a 7-4 scoreline. Celtic’s goals were scored by Harry Brandrick (2), Tom Fletcher and Ben Griffiths. Under 15 Division 3 Pegasus Youth Blue 3, Phoenix FC 2 Pegasus hosted Phoenix in their opening game of the season. The game started quite even with chances at both ends, it wasn’t until 25 minutes in when Jack Shaw took one of those chances and boy did he take it as he nearly smashed the ball through the net to make it 1-0 to the home team. Five minutes later Lewis Fletcher broke through played a lovely ball into Blain Brown who finished low into the bottom corner 2-0 and looking the better team! Jaden Baker hit the post before Blain Brown hit the bar which left it 2-0 at the break. Phoenix looked capable of scoring but so did Pegasus. Blain then got himself in front of his man and was bundled over for a Pegasus penalty. Phoenix looked as though they had a goal in them and they pulled one back to make it 2-1. Phoenix then levelled the scores as Pegasus were making changes due to tired legs. The match looked destined to be a draw but with two minutes remaining, Pegasus were awarded a free-kick on the edge of the box, due to Ben Williams persistence and up steps Lewis Fletcher to fire home the winner. Priory Celtic Phoenix 0, Ilkeston FC Jnrs Red 10 Great start for Ilkeston, unfortunately Priory didn’t get a look in although they never gave up. Hat tricks for both Joe Wilkinson and Reece Bird were great to see. Ravenshead Reds 1, Beaufort Utd 5 Sherwood FC Blue 0, Sherwood FC Yellow 3 Sherwood Yellow scored three first half goals to take the bragging rights in tis all-Sherwood game. Ben Nightingale scored twice and Tyler Redfearn got one. Under 15 Division 1 Radcliffe Olympic 1, Nottingham FC 0 This was a very tight game decided with a headed goal from Jack Frogson early in the first half. Nottingham did more than enough to earn a draw but didn’t have the luck or composure when their chances came. Under 15 Division 2 Sherwood Colliery 0, Priory Celtic Black 2 Two second half Jayden Smith goals secured maximum points for Priory Celtic Black in their game at Sherwood Colliery. Under 15 Division 3 Beaufort Utd 1, Bulwell Forest 4 Bulwell Forest got off to a winning start with a 4-1 result at Beaufort United. Jacob Taylor grabbed a brace whilst James Layton and Harry Davies got one each. Phoenix FC 10, Sherwood FC Yellow 2 Sherwood FC Blue 7, Priory Celtic Phoenix 0 George Arrowsmith completed his hat trick in Sherwood FC Blue’s 7-0 defeat of Priory Celtic Phoenix. He was joined on the scoresheet by Connor Brown who netted twice, Aiden Emeton and Ada, Dickinson who got one goal each. Ashfield completed the double over Burton Joyce White in eight days to secure the championship. Ashfield gave a very good performance, playing against the wind in the first half and going 1-0 up. They continued to be in control after the break and added five more goals whilst Oli Yeatman pulled a goal back for Burton Joyce. In this top of the table clash Ashfield took a two-goal lead early on then conceded two sloppy goals to allow Burton Joyce White back into the game. Ashfield responded by dominating the game and scored three more goals for a comfortable win and still unbeaten in the league. Oli Yeatman and Mitchell Palmer scored for Burton Joyce. Ashfield’s scorers were Spencer Candlin (2), Brandon Bradbury, Josh Gentry and Josh Kenzie. All credit to both teams, the match was played in a friendly manner. West Hallam went in 1-0 up at the end of the first half through Kieran Rowland. Basford scored three second half goals from Kieran Cummings, Kian Mc Govern and Jak Valenski to take the three points. Southwell’s final game of the season saw Ashfield field 10 men but still dominate the game. They were three goals to the good at half time and scored another five in the second half to secure the win. George Caton completed his hat trick, Spencer Candlin, Aaron Ferenc, Patrick Gee and Travis Spacie got one each. Bingham Town were still in the game at half time with the score at 1-0, however they hadn’t really carved out any clear chances to score themselves against a solid Ashfield defensive unit. In the second half Ashfield’s strength showed and with some good passing and clinical finishing they scored 3 goals in a 10 minute spell that effectively killed the game. Bingham didn’t let their heads drop though and put up a spirited performance both defensively and in trying to pass the ball and build an attack. Ashfield scorers were Brandon Bradbury, Ritchie Ferenc, Josh Gentry, Jack Hodkin and Travis Spacie. Three first half goals set Beeston up for a comfortable 4-0 win at East Leake Bantams. Jack Brownbill opened the scoring in the sixth minute, Ben Floyd doubled the lead and added a third on the half hour. He then completed his hat trick in the last minute of the game. Ashfield took another step towards becoming league champions with a 5-2 result against East Leake Bantams. Ben Gloag and Justin Rutherford scored for Bantams whilst Josh Gentry was on target twice for Ashfield with George Caton, Ritchie Ferenc and Louis James getting one each. Hucknall Sports White kep-alive their hopes of finishing as league runners-up with a 3-1 win at Keyworth Utd Black. Blaine Grewcock scored for Keyworth and Lewis Wright for Sports as the teams finished the first half level at 1-1. Wright put Sports into the lead ten minutes into the second half and Elliott Davis made the points safe with a goal midway through the half. West Bridgford Chilli Peppers scored midway through the first half despite Keyworth having the most possession and chances. Half time followed, with Keyworth equalising early on through a Sufy Bostan header, his first of the season. Chilli Peppers soon regained the lead, but Keyworth pulled one back again to equalise straight after kick off. Chilli Peppers scored the winner, the game ended, as did the season for both teams. George Mc Laren scored all three goals for Chili Peppers. Moorgreen Colts finished their season on a winning note with a 7-0 result at West Bridgford Tigers. Sam Humphries completed his hat trick, Connor Deakin, Harry Holmes, Jack Sanders and Cian Sheridan got one each. Bingham probably shaded the first half and deserved to go into the first half with a 1 – 0 lead. In the second half it was evenly matched and Southwell didn’t give time or space around their box to allow Bingham to find a winner and came close themselves at the other end, necessitating a good save from the Bingham keeper Lukasz Meidzinski. Lewis Horton scored for Bingham with Matt Smith equalising for Southwell. West Bridgford Tigers enjoyed a 3-1 success against Burton Joyce Red. Harry O’Dwyer scored for the visitors but a goal apiece by Eduardo Martin, Anatoly Meersman and John Swallow secured the points for Tigers. A fresh Thursday evening saw the rearranged game between these teams played in great spirit. Both teams tried hard and Ruddington hit the woodwork a couple of times as well as scoring first. They should have had a second goal but Dylan Lee pulled off a great penalty save to deny them. Southwell managed to scramble an equaliser through a scrappy goal bundled in by Oliver Gratton. Southwell changed formation in the 2nd half and this really paid dividends as they dominated the possession with substitute Matt Edinborough bagging a hat trick which also secured him the man of the match award. The game finished 4-1 to Southwell which didn’t look likely after their first half performance! t wasn’t Quarrydale Utd Rangers day today, they were second to the ball most of the time, stood off to much and didn’t finish their chances but to be fair 1-5 was a bit harsh on them. Ashley Budd scored for Quarrydale with Connor Rodderick taking the man of the match award. Burton Joyce Red and West Bridgford Tigers were evenly matched and shared six goals to take a point each. Harry O’Dwyer, Jack Harrison and Thiery Atkinson scored for Burton Joyce. Tigers’ scorers were Chris Barrow, with a brace, and James Forest-Smith This was a close fought battle for the first 35 minutes following which Netherfield seemed to switch off and Beeston took advantage which continued in the second half. Jacob Lord scored for Netherfield, Beeston scorers were Joe Relton and Stalin Charuvilla with hat tricks, Lewis Gilman with a brace, Josh Sharratt and Dan King Bingham Town got into their stride in the first half with some quick and decisive passing to put them 4-0 in front at half time. Bingham added another goal early in the second half but then had to work a lot harder as East Leake put up a battling display. Bingham’s scorers were Lewis Horton, Jack Robb, Aaron Simpson, Daniel Johnston and Haydn Sheppard. Ashfield maintained their unbeaten record with a comfortable win at Sherwood Red. Kai Noble completed his hat trick, George Caton grabbed a brace, Brandon Bradbury, Aaron Ferenc, Ritchie Ferenc and Adam Saxon got one each. Ashfield won a seven-goal thriller against Beeston FC by the odd goal of seven to keep their aspirations of honours on track. Joe Relton scored for Beeston as early as the fourth minute with Ben Floyd keeping the teams level at the half way stage with a 2-2 scoreline. Ashfield edged the second half to ease to victory, Josh Gentry finishing with two goals, Aaron Ferenc and Brandon Bradbury getting one each. Hucknall Sports White kept alive their slim hopes of finishing as runners-up thanks to a 4-3 win over Burton Joyce Red. Jack Shreeves, Archie Reilly and an own goal almost snatched a point for the visitors. Great sunny morning down at Hall Park for a game of football with two evenly matched sides contesting for a mid-table finish. Eastwood never really got going first half and made 10 man East Leake Bantam’s game easier than it should have been. East Leake came to carve out a result and by one way or another managed to do it. But no excuses, Eastwood needed to use their man advantage and they didn’t. Eastwood made two substitutions in the second half and it lifted the play. Eastwood began to attack more and equalised with a Josh Armstrong free kick. It seemed now that the now nine men East Leake were tired and ready for the taking, but against the run of play East Leake scored. The game finished 2-1 to East Leake, Zac Kikby and Luke Nevinson were the goalscorers. Eastwood man of the match was Ben Worley whilst East Leake man of match was the whole team. A fourth minute goal by Jared Chantrey set Beeston FC on the way to victory at Ruddington Colts. Ben Floyd added a second midway through the half and Stalin Charvilla made a 3-0 on the half hour. Dylan Doubleday pulled a goal back in the second half ut a Bradley price goal with five minutes remaining secured a comfortable victory. The game was played on a beautiful sunny afternoon. Southwell started well and took the lead after a great shot from Jake Tomlinson bounced under the keeper and somehow ended up in the back of the net. Another break saw a second fortuitous goal from Oliver Gratton with the ball managing to hit both posts before finishing in the goal, a second from Oliver and one from Henry Eastgate saw Southwell go in 4-0 up at half time. The weather took its toll on both teams in the second half with both struggling to put together any quality attacks in the heat. Southwell came close to a 5th towards the end of the game when Oliver Gratton hit a high looping shot which was going just wide, Henry tried to divert it into the goal but the ball went just wide. Bagthorpe edged to a 3-2 win at Beeston Park Rangers by the odd goal of five. Hadley Edwards and Alfie Gaynor scored for Rangers, a Lewis Radford brace and one by Kaiyus Walton secured the points for the visitors. League Champions Derwent Rangers Black were held to a 4-4 draw by Burton Joyce Red. Kai Jackson, Brendan Clark, Alex Green and Ben Marples scored for Rangers but these goals were match by Josh Jackson and Jack Shreeves who scored two goals each for the visitors. South Notts Blues staked their claim for runners-up spot with a comfortable win over West Bridgford Chilli Peppers. Mitchel Edge scored four goals, Joshua Hall completed his hat trick, Ben Carr, Cameron Roberts and Evan Sabin got one each. Oliver Addison scored a consolation goal for Chilli Peppers. Eastwood never really got going in this game and were taught a footballing lesson by Beeston. Eastwood managed to keep it to 0-0 at half time with some desperate defending and good fortune. In the second half Beeston scored with 40 seconds on the clock and after that continued attacking Eastwood who did well to keep it to 4-0 and need to re-group for next week. Beeston scorers were Joe Relton, Ben Floyd, Aaron Ridley and Alex Parkes. A good end to end game with Ruddington being the fittest which saw them through this game. Connor De Almeida, Jacob Lord and Jack Straw gave Netherfield a 3-1 half time but Ruddington’s greater stamina and determination brough them back to win with goals from Ellis Musovic (2), Josh Rawlins and Ricco Wylie. Nottingham FC took a 1-0 lead through Ayleal Dill but two second half goals by James Mc Connell and Connor Ward turned the game round in Quarrydale’s favour. The visitors played a compact game in midfield in the first half and went on attach after the break, pushed forward more and pressed the game and missed a few chances before netting two goals to claim the points in a well-played game in the right spirit. The game was played in good spirit, with ideal weather conditions. Both teams were well matched, however Quarrydale made too many mistakes and West Hallam punished them. West Hallam took a 3-0 lead into the second half and Quarrydale struggled to get back to terms. Basford started the match the brighter team with a goal coming from a free kick from Sam Burrows. It wasn’t too long before Gotham came back to level the scores. Gotham made the most of the first half scoring two more goals to make it 3-1 at half-time. Max Taylor pulled a goal back for Basford but that’s how it remained until full time. Gotham’s scorers were Finn Manners, Ross Mc Parland and James Rafferty. A very nice Spring morning at Hall Park produced a great game of football from both teams. For a neutral watching they probably wouldn’t have guessed there are 35 points between these two teams in the league. Eastwood upped their game today and made Burton work hard for their win. The game could have gone either way first half but for one moment of lack of concentration, which let in Burton to nick a goal. Second half Eastwood made two substitutions and the game pretty much panned out the way of the first half. Both teams had several opportunities to score, Lewis Brough producing three top draw saves for Eastwood. Burton scored a second goal and finished the game 2-0 winners. Eastwood can hold their heads high and know they gave the league leaders a run for their money today. Credit to the Burton players who play the game as it should be played. Market Warsop Warriors and Ashfield Fc produced a very close game in which the visitors scored the winning goal 15 minutes from time. Kyle Durkin and Niall Peeters Weem scored for Warriors, Josh Gentry, Kai Noble and Pat were Ashfield’s scorers. Basford started the better team and were finally back to their best, playing good flowing football. West Hallam didn’t create many chances in the first half and Basford went in 2-0 up with goals from Max Taylor and Jak Velinsky. Basford had control of the match with further goals coming from Max Taylor, Sam Burrows, Isacc Wealthall, Kieran Cummings and Jureane Hylton. West Hallam scored two consolation goals midway through the second half. Quarrydale United Rangers took an early lead after 5 minutes, which Nottingham FC equalled before half time. Nottingham FC came out after half time and dominated the second half. They deserved the three points and win, Quarrydale United Rangers ran out of stream and fitness. Quarrydale’s scorers were James Hilliard and Conor Rodderick whilst Diallo Rose scored twice for the visitors, Declan Frater, Kailum Richards, Mitchell Tait and Kaaron Brown all got one each. Moorgreen Colts were 8-2 winners at Burton Joyce Red with Sam Humphries bagging five of the goals. Joe Reeve and Lewis Smith scored one each for the visitors. Jack Shreeves and Tom Whitham were on target for Burton Joyce. South Notts Blues are sitting comfortably in second place after their 4-2 win at Keyworth United Black. South Notts led 2-0 at the halfway stage, Keyworth rallying after the changeround with goals from Oliver Peer and William Maddock. South Notts scorers were Josh Hall(2) and Sam Clark. Priory Celtic staged a remarkable second half comeback to draw 4-4 with West Bridgford Tigers. Trailing 4-0 at the break, goals from Max Brough, Benedict Whittingham and 2 goals from Kai Boultby saw Priory Celtic take a share of the spoils in a thrilling game. Tigers’ goalscorers were Rehan Ali, Chris Baron, Ben Greenfield, John Swallow. The game was played in high winds and the ball was all over the place, despite this it was a good start by both sides. Quite even for a while, then Ashfield scored first from some great work and passing. Five minutes later they scored again to take it to 2–0 to Ashfield. Both teams were battling end to end, some great work from everyone. Market Warsop were awarded a penalty which Nathan Whitehouse confidently despatched, even though the keeper got a hand to it he couldn’t stop it entering the net. Ryan Parry was injured by a tackle late in the first half and had to come off with an achilles injury, shame as he and the lads had been working well and had got back into the game. Ashfield were really pressing now, they were on the attack Jacob saved a shot that came straight back out to an Ashfield player and was headed in before Jacob could get to his feet. Warriors were under constant attack and were trying to fend them off against great play by the opposition, they scored another quick one and then another with 15 to go. Warriors responded by attacking vigorously at the end and Nathan Whitehouse scored his second of the game, 6–2. Ashfield scored one straight back from the kick off as Warriors lapsed and were tiring due to the very fast pace of the game from start to finish. Jacob made another great save, and in the last seconds Frankie Leighton managed to get the ball in the net finishing at 7–3. Ben Floyd gave Beeston FC the lead in the nineteenth minute at Ilkeston but had to wait until four minutes into the second half to double it through Bradley Price. Jared Chantey increased it further and five minutes later Aaron Ridley made it 5-0. Two Joe Relton goals in a three-minute spell completed the scoring.. A windy bright Sunday morning saw a closely fought battle between these two teams, Southwell took advantage of an error in the first minutes of the game with Henry Eastgate picking up the ball and coolly slotting home. Southwell then had the lions’ share of possession but couldn’t find a second goal. Then just on the stroke of halftime Eastwood scored to level the scores. The wind strengthened in the second half and played a big part in the way the game unfolded with Eastwood using it to full advantage. Southwell scored a second from a great free kick only for it to ruled out for offside. Southwell had several further chances to win the game but didn’t capitalise. Southwell continued to push hard for an equaliser and had a great chance in the final minutes but the shot went wide. Quarrydale Utd reached the final of the U15 Sunday KO Cup competition thanks to a 5-1 defeat of Sherwood FC Blue. Quarrydale scored early in the game and could have had more goals had it not been for Sherwood’s goalkeeper making several fine saves. Quarrydale went in to a 2-0 lead before half time and added a third after the break, Sherwood hit back to make it 3-1 but Quarrydale soon restored their three-goal advantage. A fifth goal followed later in the game and despite all their efforts Sherwood were unable to reduce the arrears. Quarrydale’s scoers were Connor ward (2), Bradley Prosser, Ellis King and Ryan Grace. Gotham Rangers made it nineteen league wins in twenty matches with a 4-1 defeat of Bagthorpe Athletic. The teams were all level at the halfway stage having scored a goal apiece but then three second half goals by Gotham gave them the points. Kai Smith, Zach Holt, James Rafferty and Anthony Berridge were the Gotham scorers. Basford were slow to start and were penalised by Nottingham FC who started the game the stronger team, and took the lead half way through the first half and then added another before the break. The second half was much better for Basford, they played more as a team and started stronger than Nottingham. With Basford pressing a goal came from Sam Burrows, a scramble in the box saw him score with a low drive in the corner. Basford were awarded a penalty, Sam Burrows stepped up to convert it. With Basford adding pressure, five minutes from time they took the three points through a strong run from Jureane Hylton, he was fouled outside the box. A free kick driven in saw Jaquarn Cambell-Ghislanzoni slot home to award a win for Basford Utd. The teams were very closely matched, with Quarrydale managing to break the dead lock after half time thanks to a fantastic, well planned goal, Mc Kenzie Earley scored. Both teams played in good spirit and both teams came out fighting for the three points. A solitary strike from Benedict Whittingham wasn’t enough as goals from Ewan Buck, Harry Thompson and Ben Antcliff gave Keyworth United Green a 3-1 victory against Priory Celtic whose man of the match was Liam Neale. The Keyworth United Green man of the match Josh Onley. Eastwood started very well and controlled the game but against the run of play Warsop scored two first half goals In the second half Warsop started to pass the ball round well but Eastwood were still in the game and played some neat football, but could not find a way round Warsop’s strong defence. Warsop added a third goal and the match finished 3-0 to Warsop . Eastwood’s man of match was Nathan Timby , Warsops was James Hoop. The first half was keenly contested with Bingham going into half time 2-0 up. The second half saw Bingham speed up their passing and try to switch play quicker to find space resulting in four more goals. Ilkeston didn’t give up and contested the game until the end. Bingham scorers were Max Sobo (2) Aaron Simpson (2), Archie Rostron and Tom Rawson. Sherwood were up for this match more than Netherfield who didn’t get going untilthe second half where they started to battle for the ball more. Eden Guncil scored three goals, Jake Lee, Zane Folorunso and Harvey Barker got one each. A hard fought first half saw two evenly matched teams fail to make a breakthrough as the half finished goalless. Beeston had started more brightly and the best of the early possession. Southwell picked up and played their way into the game. The second half continued in the same vein until a mix up saw Beeston take the lead. Southwell equalised soon after with Adam Gell firing home. Beeston scored again through a lucky goal and a third came not long after. The 4th goal ricocheted off the post and Southwell players before finishing in the goal which pretty much summed up Southwell’s luck today! Beeston’s goalscorers were Joe Relton and Ben Floyd with a brace apiece. Ernehale colts scored seven goals without reply against Beeston Park rangers, Cordell Korybut-Daskiewicz bagged a brace, Matt Bennett, Tyler Cook, Aaron Lamb, Ryan Porkett and Tom O’Rourke got one goal each. Derwent Rangers secured the D2 title with a home win against bottom side Keyworth United Green, but they certainly didn’t have it all their own way. An even opening 25 minutes, with Keyworth finally breaking the deadlock to go 0-1 up. Derwent scored two before half time to make it 2-1 at the break. Keyworth then scored first in the second half to make it 2-2, but Derwent scored three in quick succession to make it 5-2 and look like the game was over. Keyworth had other ideas and pulled two back to make it 5-4 and Derwent were rocking. Fifteen minutes to play and Derwent were playing the ball into the corners to use up time. Keyworth had another few chances, but couldn’t get the ball over the line for an equaliser. Derwent scored the last goal at the death to make the scoreline 6-4 at the end, but this was unrepresentative of how close the game was and a draw might have been a fairer result. Burton Joyce Red fought back from being 3-1 down at half time to nick a share of the spoils in a 3-3 draw. Two goals by Alex Winiarksi and an Oliver jones goal gave Chilli Peppers the upper hand. However, the visitors rallied well and got back on level terms, Ethan Daws, Josh Jackson and Jack Shreeves scoring a goal apiece. In this top of the table battle it was third placed South Notts Blues who took all three points with a 3-1 defeat of second placed Keyworth utd Black. South Notts were 2-0 to the good by half time and added a third goal after the break, Keyworth reduced the deficit through Harry Freeman. South Notts scorers were Ben Carr, Luke Hitchcok and Josh Wheeldon. A very wet and chilly day up at Southglade on a greasy pitch amounted to a very physical and close game between two evenly matched sides. Eastwood started the first half well and forced Sherwood into conceding an own goal by Matt Justice . Later on in the half Jack Simpson netted a second for Eastwood. Second half both teams came out strong again but Sherwood took the initiative and gained a penalty which was slotted home. With five minutes to go Freddie Place burst through the Sherwood defence and scored for Eastwood but unfortunately for the second week running Freddie had another goal ruled out for off-side. The game finished 2-2, Sherwood’s man of the match was Eden Guncil and Eastwood’s man of the match Adam Dyer. Quarrydale United had most of the possession and dominated the game for much of the time. However AFC Vernon broke away three times and scored three goals through George Duffield (2) and Mikhia Walters-Whitchurch to nick the points. Quarrydale’s scorers were Sam Harvey and Adam Nuttall. Gotham Rangers took all three points in this top of the table clash against Mickleover Sports. Neither side was able to find the net in the first half but after the break Lewis Blount scored for the home team whilst Finn Manners and Zack Holt were on target for the visitors. This match was a lot closer than appears from the score line alone. In the first half Keyworth had a lot of the play and quite a few near misses/good chances hitting the barn at least 2 times if not 3 and with the Hucknall keeper saving well on several occasions. However 5 minutes before the end of the first half Hucknall counter attacked and Keyworth defence was a bit exposed with Hucknall crosspiece to a spare player who finished well. A bit against the run of play but a well worked goal. By the time the 2nd half was underway the wind had picked up and Hucknall, had what seemed like an extra man. Early on Hucknall were gifted a goal with a short kick from the Keyworth keeper though the wind hasn’t helped. 10 minutes later a long free kick went straight into the top corner with the help of the wind. By this time some Keyworth heads had dropped and Hucknall were attacking constantly. Keyworth held out but eventually their resistance was broken and a couple of goals finished them off. It might have been different if Keyworth had converted some of their many chances in the first half and some of them in the second half and it might have been a bigger win for Hucknall if Jack Severn in goal for Keyworth hadn’t saved a penalty kick. Harry Coupe gave West Bridgford Tigers the lead in the first half at Keyworth Utd Black. The home team had to wait until the 70th minute to get on level terms when Ben Rock scored and a John Croasdale gave eight minutes from the end secured all three points. South Notts Blues dropped two vital points as they were held to a 3-3 draw by Moorgreen Colts. Spike Van Laun scored twice for South Notts and Josh Hall got one. A Connor Deakin brace and a goal by Sam Humphries secured a point for the visitors. West Bridgford Chilli Peppers and Priory Celtic shared eight goals as the game ended 4-4. Chilli Peppers scorers were George Mc Laren (2), Tom Evison-Varley and Alex Winiarski, Ben Whittingham added two more to his tally for Celtic with Liam Neale and Max Brough ensuring a share of the spoils. Bingham had some good possession in the first half with some nice passing movement. In the second half with the wind behind them Burton Joyce tried to increase the pressure but Bingham defended well from front to back and earned a well-deserved draw considering a number of key players were missing. Both teams started very evenly with Beeston nicking a goal to go in 1-0 up at half-time and could have added a second when denied a penalty call. In the second half Eastwood made three substitutions and tried their best to bring the scores level. Beeston’s drive up front just had that little more impact and was the difference between the sides. Beeston scored three more and Jack Proctor pulled one back for Eastwood. Robert Amphlet also hit the cross bar with a half volley from the edge of the box. But despite all their efforts, Eastwood had to concede defeat to Beeston. Eastwood man of the match Finlay Bilson and Beeston’s was Jack Brownhill. Beeston scorers were Jack Relton 2 , Jared Chantrey 1 , and Lewis Gillman 1 . Ruddington Colts gave a battling performance against high-riding Asfield FC but were unable to stop them running out comfortable winners. Josh Gentry finished with five goals whilst Kai Noble, Pat Gee and George Caton all scored two goals, Jack Hodkin completing the list of Ashfield scorer. Dylan Doubleday scored a consolation goal for Ruddington. It was all even at half-time with no score as neither side was able to create any clear cut chances. The second half was much the same until half way through Basford took the lead through Jak Velinsky. Vernon played the better football and eventually came away with the win with two late goals by Mykah Skervin and Mikhia Walters-Whitchurch to secure the three points. Quarrydale only managed to field 10 players due to injuries and squad strength. It was a very good competitive game between two teams, who at times were very closely matched. However the stamina and fatigue took its toll on the 10 men Quarrydale team and in the last twenty mins saw them punished as West Hallam ran out 5-2 winners. Connor Rodderick and Zach Henson scored for Quiarrydale, whilst Reece Widdowson completed his hat trick for West Hallam, Kieran Rowland and Joe Lacey got one each. In an extremely competitive match neither side was able to make the breakthrough in the first half. After the break both sides created chances with Mitchell West scored the only goal of the game, to give Sports a 1-0 win. Bulwell battled hard with Samuel Stansfield spurring-on his team on in search of an equaliser which just wouldn’t come. It was the league leaders versus second place as Derwent Rangers Black entertained Keyworth United Black. The honours went to the visitors courtesy of a Joe Rock goal in the first half to secure all three points. Derwent strived hard to get some reward for all their efforts without success. Pedro Salas Falciano gave West Bridgford Chilli Peppers a first half lead at Moorgreen Colts. The home team had to wait until the second half before getting back on level terms and eventually going on to win 3-1 with goal form Joe Reeve (2) and Angus James. A great start from Keyworth saw them take a 2-0 lead in the first ten minutes. Unfortunately Keyworth couldn’t hold South Notts Blues attack and they scored four in the first half to make it 4-2 at half time. Another good start from Keyworth pulled one back to 4-3 early in the second half, but the game then belonged to South Notts who scored five more goals. Alex Irvine (2) and Ben Antcliffe scored for Keyworth. Ace Sharpe led the South Notts scorers with five goals, Josh Hall bagged a brace, Ben carr and Josh Wheeldon got one each. Four goals from Harry Coupe and one from John Swallow saw West Bridgford Tigers run out convincing 5-0 winners against Priory Celtic. Men of the Match were Owen Hall and Owen Thatcher for Celtic, West Bridgford Man of the Match Harry Coupe. Ashfield were always in control from the first whistle and won comfortably against Ilkeston who never gave up. Patrick Gee completed his hat trick, Josh Gentry scored a brace, George Caton, Aaron Ferenc, Josh Kenzie and Daniel White got one each. Josh Sharratt shot Beeston into the lead against Markwet Warsop Warriors after just five minutes and there was no looking back as five second half goals ensured a comfortable win. Ben Floyd finished with three goals to his tally, Jared Chantrey and Bradley Price scored one each. A close fought game with both teams creating chances to score. A good hard low corner by Bingham winger Lewis Horton, which he initially won by his hard work chasing down an Eastwood player, created the first goal which centre half Ethan Cabannes headed in from close range. The second goal came from a nice through ball from Max Sobo, playing a further forward than usual in the second half which was latched on to by Jack Robb who finished coolly. Burton started this game fast, scoring in the first minute through Callum Baker. Ruddington came back strongly, levelling the scores with a Ricco Wylie goal five minutes later. Burton started to relax and play good passing football creating two more goals to go in at half time 3-1 up. In the second half the home team continued to create chances which resulted in a fine free kick from Callum Baker making it 4-1, two more goals from Will Barclay to complete his hat trick, a brace from Mitch Palmer and goals from Donte Bennett and his first goal for the club from Nathan Kirk completed the scoring. Netherfield were quick out the blocks, pressed Southwell who started much slower. After ten minutes Southwell had settled and started to come into the game more. Netherfield had numbers going forward but Southwell withstood the pressure with solid defensive performances right across the back line. Late in the first half a Southwell break resulted in a fiercely struck shot from distance by Henry Eastgate flying into the Netherfield goal to give Southwell a 1-0 half time lead. Netherfield again started strongly from the kick-off and Southwell had to be strong to prevent any shots on their goal. Southwell then settled and scored a few goals in quick succession – Man of the match Henry Eastgate bagged a hat trick and Jake Tomlinson took one of a few chances that fell to him. Netherfield continued to attack but Southwell held firm with the game finishing 0-4. Priory Celtic ran out 7-1 winners against Keyworth United Green. Two goals apiece from Benedict Whittingham and Max Brough plus strikes from Owen Hall, Harrison Stubbs and Mitchell Goddard saw Priory Celtic take all three points. Credit goes to both sets of players as the game was played in difficult conditions. In what was a very tight game in tough conditions both teams played some great football. End to end attacking football and some excellent defending and goal keeping from both teams as the points were shared in a 4-4 draw. Harvey Barker scored twice for Sherwood with Mustapha Coly and Eden Guncil getting one goal each. Beeston’s scorers were Josh Sharratt, Joe Relton, Ben West and Bradley Price. Third division side Ashfield put up a good performance against first division Quarrydale United, the latter winning 3-1 to go into the semi-finals. Deniss Nitiss scored for Ashfield to keep them on level terms at the halfway stage, but two second half goals secured the win the Quarrydale whose scorers were Connor Ward, James Mc Connell and Brad Prosser. Second division South Notts Blues caused an upset by winning 3-2 at first division West Hallam Jnrs. Kieran Rowland and Reece Widdowson gave West Hallam a 2-0 half time lead but a second half fight-back saw Ace Sharpe score twice and Spike Van Laun once to turn the game in South Notts’ favour. Quarrydale managed to field only nine players due to injuries and squad strength. A very good competitive game between two teams, who at times were very closely matched. However the quality of Quarrydale stood strong and came through at the end, the match was played in a very good spirit and both teams tried very hard. Quarrydale scorers were Harry Weston (2) and Jacob Ward whilst Owen Ellis and Daniel Wright found the net for Beeston. Priory Celtic came from 3-0 down to take all three points, running out 4-3 winners in a thrilling game at Burton Joyce Sporting Red. Burton Joyce started the better and two early strikes from Thierry Atkinson and Harry O’Dwyer saw them go 2-0 up. A penalty from Ethan Daws saw Burton Joyce increase their lead to 3-0. A free kick from James Foster saw Priory go into half time trailing 3-1. The second half saw Priory start the better and a strike from Kai Boultby made the score 3-2. Priory then stepped up the pace and with 13 minutes left drew level with a strike from Benedict Whittingham. Priory then went in search for another and Benedict Whittingham netted his second on 82 minutes and this proved to be the winner. Keyworth Utd Black moved up to second place thanks to their 2-1 defeat of Moorgreen Colts. After being level at 1-1 at the halfway stage, Keywprth scored a second half winner to secure all three points. Lewis Mellors scored for Moorgreen whilst Keyworth’s goals came from Harry Freeman and Sam Hicks. Southwell started strongly taking the game to Burton Joyce and played some great passing football with man of the match Sam Mackness at the centre of a lot of it. However, towards the end of the half Burton broke and scored with the half time score being 1-0. The second half started with a goal from Burton but Southwell very quickly equalised when Henry Eastgate burst into the box and was tackled the ball dropping to Adam Gell who coolly slotted home. Burton then rallied and put Southwell under pressure scoring 2 further goals. The game eventually finished 4-1 to Burton which was harsh on Southwell who had played well and battled hard. Goalscorers for Burton Joyce were Callum Baker, Oli Yeatman, Donte Bennett and Mitchel Palmer. Another week of football and another great performance put in by the Market Warsop Warriors lads. Straight from the off they wanted the 3 points and did not disappoint. They played the ball well, and the goals kept coming and before long Warriors were 4 goals up, with a hat trick from Nathan Whitehouse and a goal from Ryan Parry. East Leake had chances of their own but the defence and the keeper dealt with anything that came there way. The second half was a slightly different story with East Leake not giving up and they brought the score to 2-4. A run by Ryan Parry saw his hard work pay off as he scored his second of the game but East Leake made a last effort and scored their third and final goal of the match bringing the final score to 3-5. East Leake scorers were Zac Kirby (2) and Finley Jones. Netherfield were unfortunate to come away with only a draw but all credit to Eastwood who battled well on the heavy pitch. Netherfield’s scorers were Oliver Partridge with a brace, and Leon Harding. Jack proctor scored twice for Eastwood with Alex Clifton also on target. Hadley Elton gave Ilkeston a first half lead which they until after half time. Ruddington rescued the match with five second half goals, Ewan Macdonald leading the way with a brace, Dylan Doubleday, Finlay Hulbert and Ellis Musovic getting one each. Ernehale Colts beat Sherwood FC Blue 2-1, all the goals being scored in the second half as neither side could break the deadlock in the first half. Matthew Bennett and Cordell Korybut-Daszkiewicz scored for Ernehale. League leaders Gotham Rangers stayed on course for the championship with a 2-0 defeat of AFC Vernon White. After a goalless first half Ben Lumb and Ross Mc Parland found the net to Rangers maximum points. Despite a 7-1 scoreline, the teams were closely matched, Nottingham FC being clinical in front of goal. Stephen Gbadedeyan and Benedict Wilson scored two goals each for the home team with Seke Spence, Rico Spencer and James Stanley getting one goal each. After and even, end to end game in the first half, Quarrydale Utd dominated the second half to bet West Hallam 7-3. Kyle Pottage-Coleman completed his hat trick, Connor Ward, Owen Adkin, Ellis King and Ryan Grace got one each. The game started evenly, with chances at both ends as play flowed from end to end. Bulwell finally found the net after some poor defending on the back post by Keyworth, and the half ended 0-1 as Jordan Thornhill lobbed the keeper. Despite several chances, Keyworth were unable to find the net in the second half, thanks in part to the Bulwell keeper who made some fine saves. Bulwell finally added to their tally through Jake Swain to make it 0-2. This was a close game that was still 0-0 at half time. Bingham tried to pass the ball but not to any real attacking end and Beeston opened the scoring by following up on a shot parried by the Bingham goalkeeper, Joe Relton netting. Bingham struck back and scored from a long range deflected free kick by Max Sobo. Bingham then pressed for a winner but the ball didn’t quite drop and the couple of chances that were crafted were not taken. Beeston also could have won the game and Bingham’s keeper Lukasz Meidzinski made some good saves to keep the score level. Eastwood went with a five man midfield to try and contain Ashfield’s passing game . It worked well for the first 15-20 minutes but then Ashfield got into their stride and at half time it was 5-0 to Ashfield. Second half Eastwood made three substitutions and started to give Ashfield more of a game, Eastwood coming close to scoring on three occasions. Ashfield’s scorers were George Caton and Josh Gentry with two each, Jack Hodkin and Pat Gee. A rare mistake by Eastwood’s defence led to Ashfield’s only second half goal. Burton Joyce White started off slow on a frosty and bumpy pitch after 15 minutes they soon started to pass the ball around resulting in two very good team goals before half time. In the second half Ilkeston began to tire, chasing the ball with Burton Joyce’s constant passing game which created four more goals, finished off with a great strike 10 minutes from the end from substitute James Bird. The other scorers were Mitchell Palmer (2), Will Barclay (2) and Jack Smith. The first half belonged to Market Warsop Warriors who took a 4-0 lead against Netherfield Boys Blue. The second half was much closer as Netherfield rallied although Warriors went on to win 7-2. Nial Peeters Weem, Ryan parry and Nathan Whitehouse all got a brace for Warriors with Tom Levin also on target. Usman Shaffi and Jack Straw scored for Netherfield. A bright sunny morning saw Southwell started really strongly against Ruddington. Sam Horsley finished a run down the left with a low shot that deflected in off the keeper. A run down the right shortly after ended with a cross come shot from Jake Tomlinson somehow finishing in the back of the net. Jake scored a second seeing Southwell come off at the break 3 goals up. Ruddington started the second half strongly and had a lot of possession due to Southwell dropping too deep. This eventually paid off with a goal from Simpson who also finished man of the match for Ruddington. Further Ruddington pressure saw Southwell make some substitutions and Jake Tomlinson secured his first ever hat trick with a goal at the end of a strong run down the right. The game finishing 4-1 to Southwell with Tomlinson’s 3 goals earning him man of the match. Both teams battled throughout this match to in an effort get through to the next round of the cup. Bagthorpe took the lead half way through the first half but Basford equalized just before half time with a goal from Jak Velinsky. The second half started the same, both sides working hard. Basford then took the lead with Sam Burrows scoring from a corner. The match went in to extra time when Bagthorpe scored in normal time to make it 2-2. Goals in extra time from Basford’s Sam Burrows and Jaquarn Cambell-Ghislanzoni won them the match making the final score 2-4 to Basford. Bagthorpe’s scorers were Sam Haslam and Dejorn Mc Indoe. Quarrydale United Rangers could only field ten players against the league leaders Gotham Rangers, who sportingly also fielded ten players. The game was played in a good spirit, and Gotham dominated the majority of play with Quarrydale fighting back after the halftime whistle. The conditions were very cold and both teams did well on a bumpy pitch. Gotham’s scorers were Kai Smith (3), Finn manners (2), Keelan Jacobs (2) and Liam Thompson. Derwent Rangers led 3-1 against Moorgreen Colts at the end of the first half and despite the visitors pulling a goal back after the break, Rangers held on to take all three points. Ben Marley, Aaron Racher and Callum Sheppard scored for Rangers, Moorgreen’s replies coming from Jack Sanders and Connor Deakin. It was a bad day at the office for Eastwood today as they never really got going and let Burton Joyce control the game from start to finish. All credit to Burton Joyce who played a simple passing game that worked effectively. Eastwood’s two stand-out players were Ben Worley and Daniel Warrington who both never gave up. Burton Joyce’s first goal was down to a basic error in Eastwood’s defence following which Burton Joyce they out played the home team all over the field as their passing from midfield was very slick and un-rushed . Burton’s man of the match was Mitchell Palmer who scored three goals and Eastwood’s were Ben Worley and Daniel Warrington who both never gave up and fought to the end. The other scorers were Callum Baker (2), Lewis Mc Leod, Will Barclay and Oli Yeatman. This was a hard fought game that looked to be heading for a 0-0 draw until the last quarter. Bingham went to three at the back and added an additional attacking midfielder, their captain Jack Robb. This made an immediate impact and Jack got a goal to give Bingham the lead. Near the end a very good finish by Lewis Horton from a wide position made the score 2 – 0. Both midfield’s and defence had to work really hard with Tom Rawson being Bingham’s Man of the Match. Bingham keeper Lukasz didn’t have many saves to make but when called upon was excellent and he did all the simple pick-ups, catches and clearances very well. Derwent Rangers increased their lead at the top of the table to sixteen points albeit having played two game more than their nearest rivals. An Aaron Racher brace and one each from Jayden Bull and Callum Sheppard gave them a 4-1 win over West Bridgford Chilli Peppers whose goalscorer was Pedro Salas. Both teams started well with Ruddington having a lot of possession. But Eastwood got to work well on a very heavy pitch going in 4-0 at half-time. Second half Eastwood made three substitutions and got into their stride a little more, getting more of the possession and playing some neat football in midfield. Credit to both teams who both played some good football – to be honest a great win for Eastwood, but the score-line was a little flattering. Freddie Place netted for goals for Eastwood with Jack Proctor getting a brace, Alex Clifton and Ben Worley got one each. Warriors welcomed top of the league Burton Joyce to the Fretwell Centre and the first half was very evenly matched with good football from both teams. Warriors held the league leaders well into the first half until Burton Joyce finally broke through the defence making it 0-1 at half time following good work between Liam Geasley and Will Barclay. Shortly into the second half Warriors equalised through Nathan Whitehouse and continued to press and make chances but just couldn’t get the finish. Burton Joyce found the back of the net three more times before the final whistle blew, a Mitchell Palmer goal and a brace by Hayden Ellis securing the win. Sherwood FC Red moved above Ilkeston FC Jnrs as a result of their 3-0 win. After a goalless first half, Jake Lee struck twice and Mason Lambert added another goal to give the visitors all three points. Ashfield started better and were soon 2-0 to the good but Priory pulled a goal back through Jake Brandrick as the first half ended Ashfield 2 Priory Celtic 1. Priory started the stronger in the second half and two strikes from Benedict Whittingham saw Priory go into the lead 3-2 but Ashfield equalised with 5 minutes left to make the score 3-3 and send the match into extra time. There were no further goals in extra time so the match went to a penalty shoot-out with Ashfield winning the shootout 4-3. Scorers for Ashfield were Daniel White, Tom Duke and Josh Gentry. The Priory Men of the Match was the Whole squad for a fantastic all round display. Basford Utd won a hard fought game against AFC Vernon White 3-1. Both sides started well, finding it hard to break down each defence. Mid-way through the first half Basford were awarded a penalty when Isaac Wealthall was brought down in the box. Sam Burrows stepped up to slot it home making it 1-0 to Basford at half time. The second half much the same, Vernon made it 1-1 with a good break down the left hand side. Two late goals from Jak Velinsky and Kian Mc Govern secured the points for Basford. John Croasdale and Samuel Hicks scored first half goals to give Keyworth Utd Black a 2-1 half time lead at Hucknall Sports White whose scorer was Brandon Morton. A second half Elliott Davis goal with ten minutes remaining ensured a share of the spoils for Sports in a final score of 2-2. South Notts started better with Keyworth seemingly half asleep after the Christmas break. South Notts took the lead through some sharp passing moves and then added a second straight from a corner through Keyworth failing to defend the near post. Some poor defending lead to a third and South Notts made it 4-0 at half time. In the second half, Keyworth were an improved side and had a number of chances, until South Notts made it 5-0 through a cool finish. Keyworth’s consolation goal came from a corner – floated in by Harry Towne and headed in by Ben Antcliff. The second half was a more even contest (the half ending with a goal each), but South Notts won it in the first half. South Notts scorers were Josh Hall (3), Ben Carr and Ace Sharpe. The first half ended 2-0 with Burton Joyce White creating several good chances and having a goal disallowed for offside. In the second half Sherwood pulled a goal back with a good volley, then they failed to convert a penalty. Three more goals from the home team followed after some excellent second half play including a goal of the season solo effort from Callum Baker, his second of the match. Burton Joyce’s other scorers were Liam Greasley, Mitchell Palmer and Oliver Yeatman. Market Warsop Warriors secured maximum points with a 4-1 win at Ruddington Colts. Owen Keeling scored twice with Nathan Whitehouse and Niall Peeters Weem getting one each. Southwell started strongly in the first half and dominated possession with neat passing. After several forays forward Jake Tomlinson slipped a pass through to Henry Eastgate who coolly slotted the ball in to continue his great scoring rate for the season. East Leake came out strongly in the second half and caused Southwell far more problems. The game then evened out and Southwell had a couple of good chances but some good goal keeping kept the score at 1-0. East Leake also created two really good chances with Southwell relying on a couple of great saves from Dylan Lee to keep their advantage. The game eventually finished 1-0 which was probably a fair result based on performance. A good battling display from both teams which Bingham buried there chances leaving Netherfield to rue their missed opportunities. For the majority of the first half Bingham largely remained on holiday. Netherfield on the other hand worked hard to close down and put pressure on the ball making it hard for a passing game to be played. In the second half Bingham managed to get going and with some changes to player positions the team looked to be more of an attacking threat and started to gain control of the game. Hats off to Netherfield though who are better organised and coached now and made it a harder game than the final scoreline probably reflects. After a quiet start it took a free kick from Joe Willey to liven up the game with Robert Banks heading it in to make it 1-0 to Basford. Ernehale had their chances to go ahead but shot wide on both occasions. Two more goals from Basford’s Richard Wynder and Max Taylor put them 3-0 ahead for half-time. Basford made four changes at half-time and they came out the better team in the second half. Playing good flowing football four more goals came from Jaquarn Cambell-Ghislanzoni, Jak Velinsky, Isaac Wealthall and Kieran Cummings. After being fairly evenly matched in the opening minutes, Burton Joyce went 2-0 down before getting a goal making it 2-1 at half time. Second half Bulwell came out battling and netted another four goals. Burton Joyce finally got into the game with 15 minutes to go but couldn’t manage to pull it back. A keenly contested game saw Priory Celtic run out 3-2 winners in their final game of 2016. Keyworth took the lead early on with a goal from Josh Tidy but Priory hit back with goals from Kai Boultby and Benedict Whittingham which saw them go into half time leading 2-1. Keyworth started the stronger in the second half and were soon back on level terms with a header from Owen Broadley but Priory kept playing football and after a tactical switch scored the winner with five minutes to go when Benedict Whittingham scored his second of the match to give Priory Celtic all three points. West Bridgford Chilli Peppers started better for the first ten minutes with Keyworth failing to get their passing game going. Things then turned with a 25 yard shot from Ben Antcliff to put Keyworth 0-1 up. Things stayed the same to half time with both teams having equal chances. In the second half, a fine shot from Ewan Buck from wide on the right gave Keyworth a 0-2 lead. Things looked comfortable for Keyworth for a period afterwards with various other chances. Some poor defending lead to Chilli Peppers getting one back with ten minutes to go. A long throw in lead to their equaliser not long afterwards, which is how the game ended at 2-2. Toby Dumville and Tom Evison-Varley scored for Chilli Peppers. This game was decided by a solitary goal, a penalty converted by Callum Baker in the first half after a handball inside the Beeston area. This was a good game of football with Burton Joyce having the majority of the pressure and chances. Netherfield Boys Blue had the bulk of possession at East Leake Bantams , but just couldn’t score, even having a penalty saved in the second half. Ben Gloag, however, had no problem finding the net as he went on to complete his hat trick whilst Ollie Hunter got a brace and Joe Hopewell scored one for Bantams. Eastwood Town Jnrs got off to a very fast start and scored two goals in the first ten minutes as Southwell started sluggishly. Southwell had a couple of half chances but Eastwood controlled the first half, going in 3-0 up at half time. In the second half Eastwood made three substitutions and went a little more defensive. Southwell came more into the game whilst Eastwood retained control. The match finished 5-1 to Eastwood, possibly Eastwood’s best result and match of the season. Eastwood Scorers – Jack Proctor 3 , Finlay Billson 1, Freddie Place1. Southwell scorer – Oliver Gratton 1Market Warsop Warriors beat Ilkeston FC Jnrs by the odd goal of nine. Despite Danny Steel scoring a brace and Rhys Beardsley also on target for the visitors, it was a goal apiece by Kyle Durkin, James Hoop, Ryan Parry, Nathan Whitehouse and Evan Wood that gave Warriors the points. Ruddington Colts were 4-2 winners at Sherwood FC Red where five of the goals were scored in the first half. Ruddington added another goal after the break to make the points safe, Dylan Doubleday, Finlay Hulbert, Ewan Macdonald and Ellis Musovic shared the goals. Basford won the match with a flurry of second half goals. The first half was a good contest from both sides, Basford going ahead with a goal from Max Taylor and Kian Mc Govern adding a second just before half time. The second half saw Basford play the better football with goals coming from Max Taylor, Luke Boyd and a hat-trick from Kieran Cummings. A goal from Keyworth’s Josh Tidy was added midway through the second half. Bingham started brightly against division1 side Sherwood FC Blue and took the lead from a well taken corner by Lewis Horton met cleanly by Ethan Cabannes for a headed goal. The Bingham keeper also had to make at least two really good stops, the first being a one on one situation with the Sherwood striker which he came smartly off his line to take. In the second half Sherwood pulled the game back to 1-3. Bingham’s man of the match Reece Sugars scored on the half volley to make it 3-2 but a late goal by Sherwood’s striker who ran through Bingham’s defence to finish the game 2-4. Frazer Allen opened the scoring for Bulwell Athletic followed by a first half Connor North hat trick to give the home team a 4-0 advantage. North added his second after the break with Lewis Gamble Hudson completing the scoring. There was a feast of goals as Derwent Rangers won 5-4 at West Bridgford Chilli Peppers. Tom Evison Varley scored twice for Chilli Peppers with William Adams and Alex Winiarski getting one each. Rangers’ scorers were Ben Marley (2), Mitchell Travers, Chadd Wootton and Jayden Bull. Burton enjoyed most of the possession in this game playing some great football, this led to a 4-0 half time lead including a great solo goal from Callum Baker. In the second half burton continued to create chances and added 2 more goals to complete a very dominant performance. East Leake pulled a goal back in the 2nd half with their only shot on target in the game after they were awarded a controversial free kick just outside the 18yd box. A mild Sunday morning saw the return match for these two teams with Market Warsop Warriors having won the first match comfortably early in the season. Southwell only had ten players but started really brightly and started using their passing game well. A break saw Jake Tomlinson race down the right wing, hitting a cross come shot over the Warsop keeper. More positive play from Southwell was rewarded with Jake again breaking down the right before this time smashing a fierce shot into the goal. Warsop dominated the second half as Southwell began to tire. This was made tougher after Dylan Lee, the Southwell keeper had to come off due an injury received when bravely diving at the feet of a Warsop player to save a goal. Southwell continued to fight and got a breakaway which culminated in Henry Eastgate getting through to slot another goal home. Warsop rallied and tried to make their two-man advantage pay, but resolute defending and some great saves from Sam Mackness, the stand-in goal keeper, looked like Southwell may come away with an unlikely victory. But the constant pressure eventually paid off with Owen Keeling scoring his third of the game which finished 3-3. A great battling performance from Southwell saw them earn a hard won point. Bagthorpe Athletic went through to the next round thanks to an extra time goal against Mickleover Sports. The teams were tied at 1-1 at the halfway stage and no further goals came in the second half, talking the game into extra time. Three goals in each half secured a 6-2 win for AFC Vernon White at Beeston Park Rangers. The visitors scored three unanswered goals before the break but after the changeround Beeston scored through William Brookes and Kiejuan Brandy. Mykah Skervin and Mikhia Walters-Whitchurch scored two goals each for Vernon with Muhammed Sillah and Quassim Uhuru getting one each. Moorgreen Colts won by the odd goal of five against Hucknall Sports White to move up to third place. Angus James, Joe Reeve and Sam Humphries scored for Moorgreen whilst Sports’ scorers were Mitchel West and Brandon Morton. Two goals from Ben Whittingham weren’t enough for Priory Celtic as goals from Alex Green, Callum Shepherd and two from Dillon Hodgkinson saw Derwent Rangers run out 4-2 winners. The game started at a frantic pace with both teams playing good football and it was Priory who came closest to opening the scoring when they hit the bar. Derwent then scored two quick goals but Priory kept plugging away and pulled a goal back. Derwent then went 3-1 up and had the opportunity to go 4-1 up when they were awarded a penalty but missed the resulting kick when the Priory keeper saved it. This gave Priory a lift and on the stroke of half time scored. The second half was end to end with both sides playing good football and in the last five minutes Derwent scored a fourth with Priory pushing on in search of the equaliser. Ben Floyd opened the scoring for Beeston after fifteen minutes and doubled their advantage over Ilkeston FC Jnrs four minutes later. Ben West increased their lead further early in the second half with Floyd completing his hat trick midway through the half. Burton Joyce White enjoyed most of the possession in this game playing some great football which led to a 2-0 half time lead after a great finish from Will Barclay and a Ben Humphreys penalty. In the second half the visitors continued to create chance after chance resulting in three more goals including a second penalty from Ben Humphreys and goals from Callum Baker and Mitchell Palmer to complete a very dominant performance . The game was played on a lovely crisp sunny morning at Southglade. The first half was a very even affair, Sherwood started the brighter with Southwell taking a bit of time to settle and find their passing game. Neither team really threatened the goal and 0-0 at halftime was a fair reflection on play. Southwell started the second half much stronger and had a few attacks, one finally paid off when Jake Tomlinson finished a fine run down the right by beating two defenders and coolly firing it into the bottom right corner of the Sherwood goal. After this Southwell started to dominate the game, a run from Henry Eastgate culminated in him being tripped in the penalty area. The ref gave the penalty which Henry blasted into the centre of the goal. The game was then more even for a period with Sherwood having a few attacks down the left, but resolute defending saw Southwell keep a clean sheet. Towards the end of the game Matt Edinborough chased a ball that many would have given up, his hard work paying off and he then fed a great ball into the box that Henry Eastwgate put away to make the final score 0-3. Ashfield took control of this game with some slick passing but Netherfield put up a fight towards the end scoring twice and could have had a couple more if it wasn’t for some good defending by Ashfield. Jack Straw, Jacob Lord and Leon Hardy scored for Netherfield. Josh Gentry completed his hat trick for Ashfield with Jos Kenzig, Ritchie Ferenc, Jack Hodkin, Harry Brunt and George Caton adding one each. Gotham rangers maintained their unbeaten league record with a 4-2 result against Quarrydale United. The teams shared four goals in the first half, Quarrydale securing all three points thanks to two second half goals. Finn Manners, James Rafferty, Zack Holt and Liam Thompson scored for Gotham. Quarrydale’s scorers were Connor Ward and Ellis King. Both teams started with ten men and fought very hard. Quarrydale went into the half time break with a 2-1 lead. However Vernon fought back well and earned a share of the spoils in a 4-4 draw. Quarrydale’s goals came courtesy of Ashley Budd, Connor Roderick, Reagan Jones and Luke Shepherd. Mykah Skervin scored three for Vernon with Rion Booth also on target. Two goals from Ben Whittingham along with strikes from Max Brough and James Foster gave Priory Celtic a hard fought 4-2 victory against Bulwell Athletic in what can described as a game of two halves. Priory were 4 goals to the good at halftime and then Bulwell dominated the second half and hit back with two goals but Priory hung on the claim the 3 points. Priory Scorers- Ben Whittingham (2), Max Brough and James Foster. Bulwell Man of the match Zain Akron Priory Man of the Match Kai Boultby Derwent Rangers scored four goals without reply at Hucknall Sports White. Neither side could break the deadlock in the first half, all the goals being scored after the break. Aaron Racher bagged a brace, Jayden Bull and Callum Sheppard got one each. Keyworth Utd Green had a 5-3 success against West Bridgford Tigers who failed to make the best of the opportunities they created. After a few chances at both ends Keyworth opened the scoring as jack Waters latched onto a cross to beat the Tigers defence and score. Ten minutes in, a well struck long ball from Sam Hall at the back set up Jack Waters for another run in on goal and he did not disappoint — 2-0. Ten minutes later it was 3-0 after Keyworth were awarded a penalty and Jack Waters despatched the penalty into the back of the net with consummate ease. West Bridgford hustled and harried as they searched for a goal and were successful as they scored from close range. Keyworth restored their three-goal advantage when Jack waters scored his fourth of the game. West Bridgford pulled another goal back but Ewan Buck responded to score Keyworth’s fifth. The scoring wasn’t finished, West Bridgford having the final say with a third goal but not enough to stop Keyworth from taking the points. West Bridgford scorers were Oscar Quiggin, Anatoly Meersman and Finan Alberry. Keyworth Utd Black won by the odd goal of five at West Bridgford Chilli Peppers. Will Adams and George Mc Laren scored for Chilli Peppers, a goal apiece by Harry Freeman, Oliver Peer and James Thompson secured the points for Keyworth. The game was played on a dry bright Sunday morning. The Lions started strongly and dominated the early exchanges. At the end of an early Lions attack, Henry Eastgate dribbled into the box only to be brought down by a Beeston defender. Henry jumped up to take the penalty which he hit straight down the middle and unfortunately for the Lions, the keeper hadn’t dived and was able to make the save. Following further Lions pressure a free kick was conceded on the right just outside the Beeston penalty area. Jake Tomlinson drifted in a lovely ball which Matt Edinborough nearly converted, luckily Sam Horsley was on hand to smash the ball into the net. Beeston started the second half strongly and had several attacks but the Lions defence held out well with all four in the back line doing a great job led by man of the match Sam Horsley. The Lions faded a little for a spell in the middle of the 2nd half. This resulted in more Beeston pressure but the Southwell goal wasn’t really threatened. Southwell made a change which resulted in a bit more urgency and eventually a second goal. Following a cross Beeston didn’t clear the ball and Henry Eastgate was tenacious winning the ball and then finding the back of the net. The first half was hard fought with Bingham having more of the play but Ilkeston having the best chance with the Bingham keeper Lukasz Meidzinski having to make a great finger-tip save to push onto the bar and onto safety. In the second half Bingham’s passing game started to create more and more chances and they took a 2-0 lead with goals from Tom Rawson and Aaron Simpson. A penalty was awarded later on in the half but the Ilkeston keeper saved it finishing off for him a good display in goal. East Leake Bantams and Ruddington Colts produced a feast of goals, Bantams taking all three points in an 8-4 result. Zac Kirkby completed his hat trick for Bantams, Ben Gloag and Oliver Hunter scored two each and Justin Rutherford completed the list of scorers for the home team. Dylan Doubleday and Ellis Musovic shared Ruddington’s goals with a brace apiece. Eastwood Town went in at the half time break 1-0 up, but Market Warsop Warriors had been threatening to score. In the second half Eastwood made three substitutions and continued to push in search of further goals whilst Warsop had their fair share of attacking play from which they were successful on four occasions and ran out 4-3 winners. Josh Armstrong, 3 goals, and Connor Macfarlane Eastwood’s stand in goalie were men of the match. Owen Keeling was Warsop’s man of the match, he scored two goals and Kyle Durkin and Frankie Leighton were Warsop’s other scorers . League leaders Burton Joyce White made it nine straight wins to maintain their 100% league record with victory at Netherfield Boys Blue. Callum Baker co0mpleted his hat trick and Mitchel Palmer grabbed a brace. Four first half goals virtually sealed a comfortable win for AFC Vernon White against Sherwood FC Blue. The teams scored a goal apiece after the break to make the final score 5-1. Vernon’s scorers were Muhammed Sillah, Mykah Skervin, Camryn Walker, Thierry White and Oliver Welch. The match was a very close game, with many efforts from both sides. It was end to end with a physical manner of play, a very well-played game by both sides. Kaiyus Walton scored the only goal of the game in the first half. Gotham Rangers maintained their unbeaten record with a 5-2 result against West Hallam Juniors. Liam Thompson finished with three goals whilst Fin manners and Anthony Berridge got one each as Rangers put themselves within reach of the league leaders with one game in hand. A good all round competitive game of football by both teams. Basford scored the only goal in the first half, coming from Kian Mc Govern. Quarrydale started the second half the stronger team, with a Connor Ward equalizer straight from kick off. Late in the game Basford were playing the better football. A corner from the left saw Luke Boyd score his first of the season with a header into the top corner. Another attack from Basford saw them claim all three points with a strike from man of the match Kian Mc Govern. The all Keyworth battle finished with honours even as Keyworth Utd Green pulled back from being 2-0 down to level the scores at 3-3. Oliver Peer, Alfie Willis and Harry Freeman scored for Greens, Ben Antcliff, Harry Thompson and Joshua Till were the Black’s scorers. Ace Sharpe was in clinical form in front of goal, scoring four of South Notts Blues goals in their win at West Bridgford Tigers. Josh Hall was just one goal behind him with his hat trick, Innes Yates scored twice. This was a very competitive game on a heavy pitch at Eastwood. Sherwood started well and were pushing for a goal early doors but Eastwood got into their stride and by half time were 4-1 up. Second half Eastwood shored up their defence a little and made four substitutions, managing to win the second half 2-1. Four goals from Freddie Place and one each for Jack Proctor and Alex Clifton. Eastwood’s men of the match were Alex Clifton and Freddie Place. After a slow start Netherfield Boys Blue took this game by the scuff of the neck and battled to a victory with Usman Shaffi grabbing a hat trick though Ruddington pushed them all the way with some outstanding saves by Jack Hallam. A good competitive game in challenging weather conditions with a very strong cold wind. Bingham probably had the better chances and got the first goal from a nice passing move scored by Aaron Simpson who got the third goal as well. The second was scored by Max Sobo from a strong but awkward free kick for the goal keeper which went straight in without a touch from the on-rushing attacking players trying to get on the end of it. Man of the match – Lions Oliver Gratton: Bingham – Tom Rawson Mickleover Sports won by the odd goal of five at Ernehale Colts. Southwell got a late consolation goal minutes from the end. Matt Bennett and Alfred Crighton scored for Ernehale but it was a goal apiece by Sam Bacon, Lewis Blount and Ali Brown that out Sports through. After taking a first half lead at Keyworth Utd Green, three second half goals consolidated Moorgreen’s advantage to give them a deserved 4-0 victory. Harry Brown, Josh Kremmos, Gerrard Bunting and Cian Sheridan shared the goals. Some great defending in the first half saw Keyworth keep the visitors at bay, until an error from the Keyworth centre back gifted Moorgreen their first goal. Keyworth had a couple of chances to equalise, but the half finished 0 – 1. Moorgreen started the second half better and soon added a second, followed by a third. An error from the Keyworth keeper gifted Moorgreen their fourth, which is how the game ended. A goal in each half enabled South Notts Blues to beat Quarrydale Utd Rangers 2-0. Rangers couldn’t get into their stride today as South Notts Blues worked hard and went 1-0 up at the break. The second half for Rangers didn’t get any better and South Notts added a second goal Basford started the slower of the teams going behind to an early goal from Sherwood. This woke-up Basford and straight from the kick-off they went up field to equalize with a goal from Jak Velinsky. This didn’t slow Sherwood down, they kept up the pace and attacked, going ahead once again for their second goal. With Basford starting to play the better football, a cross from the left saw Jaquarn Cambell-Ghislanzoni score his first of the match and bring the game level. Basford eventually went ahead with a timely pass from man of the match Jureane Hylton to Shakeem Walters to shoot a low shot in the bottom corner. Half-time 3-2The second half saw Basford taking control of the match with a flurry of goals. Jaquarn Cambell-Ghislanzoni and Shakeem Walters each scoring their second and Max Taylor getting his first. Sherwood scored late in the match but it was too late to claim any points. Bailey Lewis gave Bulwell Athletic an early lead and despite West Bridgford creating chances it was the home team that scored again through Connor Norton to make it 2-0 at half time. Bulwell’s complacency in the second half gave West Bridgford the opportunity to reduce the arrears and then get back on level terms. Dylan fryer restored Bulwell’s lead only for West bridgford to score twice more and nick the points. The scorers for West Bridgford were Jack Dawson, Oliver Jones, George Mclaren and Alex Winiarski. Burton Joyce started the game positively by passing the ball well and scoring three goals in the first half through Ethan Daws, Josh Jackson and Archie Reilly. Second half Keyworth came out fighting and were the stronger team through the whole of the second half and scored four goals to take the 5-3 win. Oliver Peer (2), Josh Tidy (2) and Blaine Grewcock scored for Keyworth. Bingham were hit early by two goals which gave Ruddington confidence and they held this lead in a balanced hard fought first half. The second half saw Bingham craft more chances and the Ruddington keeper was called on again to make some good stops. After pulling a goal back Bingham gave away a third goal with a defensive mix up and were lucky to get a late equaliser after a period of sustained pressure on the Ruddington goal for the last quarter of an hour. Lewis Horton, Jack Robb and Aaron Simpson scored for Bingham, Ruddington’s goals came courtesy of Ellis Musovic, with a brace, and Dylan Doubleday. The game kicked off on a lovely sunny morning following the one minute silence which was respectfully observed by all. Southwell started strongly and had an early shot on goal which was put just wide. Southwell dominated the first half and eventually this paid off when Henry Eastgate slotted home. Southwell had a number of opportunities to extend their lead but failed to take them, the first half finished 0-1. East Leake came into the game in the second half, but despite this Southwell still had chances to extend their lead but were thwarted by the woodwork on a number of occasions. This proved costly as with about 10 minutes to go East Leake attacked and had a certain goal cleared off the line by Archie Stanford, this led to further pressure which resulted in penalty that was coolly converted by Ollie Hunter. In what was a very closely contested game, it took a last minute penalty to separate the sides. Both teams had plenty of chances to win the game with the game locked at 1-1. Market Warsop were awarded a penalty with about two minutes to go and scored with the game finishing 2-1 in Warsop’s favour. Two strong midfields controlled the game until a lapse in concentration allowed Ilkeston to secure all three points with a 3-1 win at Netherfield Boys. Jack Townsend scored all three Ilkeston goals with Netherfield reply coming courtesy of an own goal. Basford started brightly against unbeaten Mickleover Sports and played some great passing football. A cross from Jureane Hylton in the box fed Max Taylor to score his first of the match. The early goal lifted Basford, growing in confidence Basford pressed and a flurry of goals came from them. A first half hat-trick from Max Taylor, a penalty from Sam Burrows, Jak Velinsky and Richard Wynder scored for Basford. Mickleover pulled two back and saw the first half end 6-2 to Basford. Sam Burrows rose to head in a corner to get his second of the game. Mickleover scored late on in the game to make the final score 7-3. League leaders Gotham Rangers held on to top spot thanks to a comfortable win over a plucky Beeston Park Rangers team. Liam Thompson scored three goals, Oliver Gee and Kai Kemp Smith grabbed a brace apiece, Matt North and Ben Rafferty completed the list of scorers. A very close local derby in which Quarrydale Utd Rangers lifted their game to give Quarrydale United a hard time and came from behind to level the score and very nearly won the game when they hit the bar in the last 10 minutes, but all ended even at the end. Ellis King gave the home side a first half lead, Rangers getting back on level terms with a Zach Henson goal to get a share of the spoils. The game started with Hucknall being the stronger side throughout the first half, at half time the score sat at 1-1. The second half Hucknall scored another two goals to make it 3-1. Burton Joyce finally got into the game with 15 minutes to go and managed to draw at full time 4-4 with a last minute goal after Hucknall had been leading 4-2 with five minutes to play. Moorgreen Colts dropped two valuable points as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Keywprth Utd Black. Alfie Willis gave Keyworth Utd Black the lead in the first half at Moorgreen Colts. An Angus James goal ensured the spoils were shared. In a pretty evenly matched game between two good teams Priory Celtic came from two goals down to earn a well deserved point at South Notts Blues. Starting with a different formation Priory struggled to get to grips with the new formation and there were few chances early on. South Notts went in front when Priory failed to clear a corner and a shot from just inside the area found the bottom right hand corner and this was the score at half time. The Priory management team then changed formation at half time and at the start of the second half Priory created more in trying to get back into the game but were then hit with a sucker punch when a shot from a Priory midfielder rebounded off the post and South Notts launched a counter attack and went 2-0 up with a good finish. Going two goals behind seemed to galvanize Priory who stepped there game up getting in behind the South Notts defence and got back in the game from a set piece when South Notts failed to clear a corner and Josh Caulton netted at the far post. Priory continued to dominate and drew level three minutes from time with a cool finish from Benedict Whittingham. Credit to both sides who both went searching for the winner but neither side deserved to lose this game and the game ended all square at 2-2. Scorers for South Notts were Ace Sharpe and Ben Carr with Max Woodburn the Man of the Match for South Notts. minute through Connor Norton, the only goal of the first half. Chilli Peppers equalised in the second half only for Norton to score his second immediately afterwards to regain the lead for Bulwell. Man of the match Norton completed his hat trick in the 72Keyworth seemed to start the match in the wet and cold rather too defensively, which led to an early goal for Derwent. Some great defending kept the visitors at bay until an error from the Keyworth keeper made it 0-2. Derwent scored another just before half time making it 0-3 at the break. Keyworth started the second half better, but conceded another couple of goals, but then finally managed a goal through Jack Waters. Traffic was a bit one way in Derwent’s favour for the rest of the game and more goals followed, dispersed by two more goals for Keyworth from Jack Waters and Ewan Buck. Callum Sheppard scored 4, Dillon Hodgkinson completed his hat trick, Aaran Racher, Chadd Wootton and Ben Warboys got one each. This was a much closer game than the score line reflects. Eastwood had more possession during the game whilst Bingham caught them on the break four times and scored each time. A well taken goal from Flynn Perkins got Bingham going with a close range finish from Aaron Simpson making it 2-0 before the break. Eastwood made four substitutions for the start of the second half, bringing on the Warrington brothers, Harvey Pickworth and Alex Blackwell, all of whom played a significant part in the game. Eastwood continued to battle for everything and were rewarded early in the second half with a Josh Armstrong goal. Bingham kept on their passing game with balls getting behind the Eastwood defence and got another two goals through Perkins, his second of the match, and Jack Robb to finish 4-1. With the rain beating down and finding themselves as a team with no keeper, this wasn’t the match Market Warsop Warriors had hoped for, but the lads got their heads together and Nathan Whitehouse volunteered to go in goal this week, and he did not disappoint. The final score of 1-6 to Beeston did not reflect the outstanding performance he put in, making some great saves, one of which being a shot from the penalty spot. Warriors had their fair share of shots on goal but these were either saved by the keeper or went just wide of the post. Beeston opened the scoring with the only goal of the first half. An early goal in the second half doubled their advantage but Owen Keeling scored with a great header over the keeper to reduce the arrears. Beeston came back and Warriors struggled to stop the goals coming despite the home team trying to press forward. Beeston’s scorers were Joe Relton (3) Ben Floyd, Josh Sharratt and Stalin Charuvilla. In a proverbial game of two halves Netherfield Boys Blue took control of the first half and led 2-0 at through Jacob Lord and Usman Shaffi goals. This seemed to wake-up Southwell City Lions and they started to play football, the pressure finally told when Oliver Gratton scored from a cleverly worked free-kick just before half time. Henry Eastgate stepped up to score the penalty that he’d won with a run into the box. The weather then turned really cold and wet and Southwell started to dominate the game with Eastgate scoring again either side of two goals from Jake Tomlinson to seal the man of the match award. Matt Edinborough scored the final goal of the 6-2 victory for the Lions! After a slow start to the game and conceding a goal to Ruddington, Burton Joyce White got back on level terms by the halfway stage and then took command to run out 7-1 winners. Ewan Mac Donald gave the home team the lead after which a hat trick by William Barclay, a brace by Mitchell Palmer and one by Liam Greasley secured the points and their grip at the top of the table. Gotham Rangers retained their unbeaten records with a 4-1 win at AFC Vernon White. Camryn Walker scored for the home team, a Finn Manners brace and one each by Zack Holt and Liam Thompson ensuring maximum points for Rangers for an eighth time in nine matches. Basford United held onto second place thanks to taking all three points from their match at Beeston park Rangers. Goals from Sam Burrows (penalty), Max Taylor, Kian Mc Govern, Jak Velinsky, Isacc Wealthall and a hat-trick from man of the match Jaquarn Cambell-Ghislanzoni. Quarrydale Utd won a seven-goal thriller by the odd goal at West Hallam Jnrs. Kieran Rowland scored all three West Hallam goals, Quarrydale’s goals coming courtesy of Connor Ward (2), Kyle Pottage-Coleman and an own goal. Keyworth Utd Green were able to field only nine players and were up against it at Bulwell Athletic who made the extra numbers count and went 3-0 up by half time. Keyworth pulled a goal back early in the second half though Jack waters after fine build up play by Harry Thompson. A second followed through a fantastic free-kick from Harry Towne into the top left hand corner of the goal to make a game of it at 3-2. Bulwell scored next to make it 4 – 2, only for Keyworth to pull another one back through Ben Antcliff, making a tense finish for both teams. A game played in the right spirit by both teams, along with supporters and coaches. Bulwell’s scorers were Bailey Lewis (2), Dylan Fryer and Connor Norton. Derwent Rangers Black conceded their unbeaten record as they went down by the odd goal to South Notts Blues in a nine-goal thriller. Ben Carr completed his hat trick for South Notts with Ace Sharpe getting a brace. Priory Celtic and Moorgreen Colts are vying for positions at the top of the table and it was the visitors who were victorious to the tune of 3-0. Harry Brown, Joe Reeve and Harry Holmes scored for Moorgreen who leap-frogged Celtic to go into second place. This was a very one sided affair against a team clearly too good to be in division 3. Ashfield were ahead within a couple of minutes of the kick-off. Southwell battled really hard to keep it down to 5-0 at half time having gone down to 10 men due to injury. Southwell conceded from the kick off in the second half and were overrun by the passing and pace of a very strong Ashfield team. Beeston FC hosted Sherwood FC Red at Henley Pearson Rec. Sherwood started strong with numerous chances to open the score, some good saves and plenty of pressure from Beeston kept the score at 0-0. Beeston got themselves into the game with their own chances but again some good defending kept it close. Sherwood eventually broke the deadlock with a lovely left footed strike from Harvey. Sherwood broke again with pace with a 1v1 with the keeper a penalty was given for a foul on Zhyon. Beeston kept trying to get back into it and Sherwood broke again to make it 0-3 just before half time. The second half and Beeston came out strong and got an early goal back. Sherwood were rushing a little and allowing Beeston time on the ball, the game eventually went back to how the first half had been played out with both teams defending well. Sherwood again broke with pace and nicked a 4th goal. Bingham were 2-0 up at half time from two well worked goals both coming from nice passing team moves. In the second half Bingham were awarded a penalty which they scored. They also missed several good chances with Jack Robb hitting the post twice and two good one-on-one opportunities with Lewis Horton well blocked by the keeper. Bingham had to work and battle hard throughout the game to win possession and this was exemplified by the man of the match Tom Rawson but every member of the team should get a mention. The keeper Lukasz Meidzinski was excellent when he was called on making a fine stop in the second half. Burton Joyce White took time to get going however they scored midway through the first half, Mitchell Palmer netting. This was quickly followed by a Rhys Beardsley goal for Ilkeston to make the half time score 1-1. In the second half the home side was quick to liven up but a quick counter attack lead to a penalty for Ilkeston which they missed. Burton Joyce made the most of this good fortune as Ned waters restored their lead with aheaded goal and Callum Mitchell secured all three points Eastwood started the better and took the game to East Leake Bantams from the start. Eastwood’s finishing was more effective and they went in 2-0 up at the break. Second half Eastwood made four substitutions and continued to press East Leake and scored another. East Leake were unlucky with a couple of efforts later on in the game. But all in all a very good day for Eastwood, finishing 3-0 winners, Frederick pl;ace scoring twice and Jack Proctor getting one. Gotham Rangers moved to the top of the table thanks to their 7-1 victory over Sherwood Blue. Finn Manners was the main marksman with four goals, Liam Thompson, Anthony Berridge and Kai Smith got one each. Derwent Rangers conceded their unbeaten record as they were held to a 2-2 draw at Moorgreen Colts. The home side led 2-1 at the halfway stage with goals from Harry Brown and Connor Deakin. Rangers managed to get an equaliser after the break, Dillon Hodgkinson and Aaron Rachel being their goalscorers. The last time these two teams met it was South Notts Blues who had a comprehensive win over Bulwell Athletic but this was not to be repeated on this occasion. Bulwell took an early lead and never looked back as a Connor Norton brace and one each from Jordan Thornhill, Junior Wilkinson and Bailey Lewis steered them to a 5-3 win. Sam Clarke scored twice for South Notts Blue with Ace Sharpe also on target. This was a game played out between two evenly matched sides. Eastwood’s finishing was more clinical and that was the deciding factor. Eastwood started the match in a determined mood and were keen to get a result today after 3 losses on the bounce. Second half was a closer affair with Netherfield putting the pressure on Eastwood . A couple of bits of sloppy defending gave Netherfield a life line and pushed Eastwood all the way to the final whistle. Credit to both teams they gave us supporters a good game to watch. Freddie Place scored three for Eastwood, Jack Bamford, Connor Mc Farlane and Jack Proctor got one each. Netherfield’s scorers were Jacob Lord (2), Cory O’Neil-Emerton and Usman Shaffi. A close first half with the wind and slope of the pitch favouring the home side ended 0-0. The second half started much of the same until Bingham managed to find the net. Sherwood then seemed to switch off for a couple of minutes conceding another couple of goals. Sherwood then had to chase the game and got caught on the break with Bingham scoring of couple more. Jack Rob completed his hat trick, Aaron Simpson and Reece Sugars got one each. The first half was really evenly matched with both teams attacking and defending well. Just as it looked like the game would be 0:0 at half time, Burton rallied and following some pressure in the Southwell penalty area forced a clearance from Southwell that was sliced into their own goal. The second half was close but Burton pushed Southwell back into their own half and scored a couple of goals in quick succession. Southwell tried but couldn’t find a goal and match eventually finished 0:4 to Burton. Callum Baker, Liam Greasly and Oli Yeatman were the other scorers for the visitors. The game was quite close in the first half but Keyworth scored twice before half time, taking advantage of some lack of positional discipline from Southwell. A couple of substitutions from Southwell tightened things up seeing the first half end 0-2. The second half was competitive with strong tackling from both sides. Keyworth got a third after which Southwell rallied leading to a good finish from Henry Eastgate. However this spurred Keyworth on as they quickly scored a fourth which sealed the game. Keyworth’s scorers were Ben Antcliff (3) and Harry Towne. It was a quiet game to start with both teams trying to push forward to make the breakthrough. Half-way through the first half Basford struck first with Max Taylor getting his first for the game. Basford then took hold of the match playing the better football. Taylor scored his second which was then followed by a penalty for Basford Utd, Sam Burrows stepped up to score from the spot. Sherwood started the second half with energy which saw them score their first. This woke-up Basford with goals coming from Jo Willey, Richard Wynder, Jak Valinsky, Kian Mc Govern. Basford managed to pull two more goals back for and ended the game with a penalty which Jureane Hylton stepped up to score and make the result 3-8 to Basford Utd. Mickleover Sports rescued their unbeaten record with a last minute Daniel Shaw equaliser at West Hallam Jnrs. The home side led 2-1 at the halfway stage and found themselves within a minute of beating Mickleover as they held a 4-3 advantage. Kieran Rowland scored twice for West Hallam with Giorgi Horsley and Jed Barfield also on target. Mickleover’s scorers were Kion Etete (2), Will Fisher and Daniel Shaw. The scoreline doesn’t reflect the game and Bulwell Athletic’s workmanlike performance against Moorgreen Colts. It was not that Bulwell didn’t play well or put in some effort it was just lady luck was not with the home side who made a slow start and went 2-0 down. Bulwell then settled and started playing some lovely football and created some good chances then in the 35th minute up popped Dylan Fryer with a great finish to reduce the arrears. Five minutes later on the stroke of half time Lewis Gamble fired home a thunder bolt of a shot to make the half time scores level. After the break Moorgreen got the better breaks and scored two goals when the ball rebounded off the ‘keeper and then when the ‘keeper kick clear only to see the ball headed in by a Moorgreen player. The visitors added further goals despite Bulwell working hard to get back into the game, Sam Stanfield taking the Bulwell man-of-the-match award. First half Burton Joyce played well, passing the ball and causing trouble to the Priory Celtic players and it ended up being 2-3 to Burton Joyce at half time with Ethan Daws, Josh Jackson and Harry O’Dwyer having scored. Second half Priory Celtic came out fighting and ended the game with a 6-3 win. Ben Whittingham scored twice, Thomas Cummins, man of the match, Kai Boultby, Max Brough and Liam Neale scored one each. The game started with Chillies having most of the possession. Good passing play created a few chances and shots from free kicks. No goals though, until Joshua Hall had a good bit of individual play on the edge of the box followed by a low shot into the bottom corner, 1-0 to SNBFC. Second half started with SNBFC on the attack and pressing hard. Lots of hard work saw Joshua Evans get the ball on the right side of the box and whip in a low cross, this was slid into by the defender trying to stop it getting to the striker and unfortunately putting it into the back of his own net. Lots of possession and chances including a rattling of the Crossbar by SNBFC led to no more goals. Bridgford managed to pull one back with 5 mins to go but couldn’t get the equaliser. League leaders Derwent Rangers consolidated their position with a comprehensive win at West Bridgford Tigers. Callum Sheppard grabbed six goals, Chadd Wootton and Ben Marley got two each with Brendan Clark getting one. Chris Baron and Anatoly Meersman scored for Tigers. Both teams started of fairly even in very wet conditions but Ashfield got into their stride playing some nice neat one-touch and two-touch football. Eastwood kept going and not for one moment gave up, credit to the lads for that. The game was played in a good sporting way and we were beaten by a very good footballing side. This really was a game of two halves with Bingham out passing and playing Beeston in the first half and running in 3-0 up. In the second half with the wind behind them and no doubt a good half time team talk ringing in their ears Beeston really came back into the game clawing the score back to 3-2 and making Bingham have to defend hard for long periods of the half. East Leake Bantams scored four goals without reply against Sherwood Red. Ben Gloag bagged a brace, Ben Gill and Oliver Hunter got one each. In the first few moments Sherwood passed the ball around well and kept putting pressure on East Leake. Sherwood managed to break free and score only for it to be ruled offside. After that goal both sides had chances to score with East Leake being successful with two of their attempts in the first half. The second half saw more of the same from both teams but again after lots of early pressure at the start of the second half for Sherwood they just couldn’t find the net. East Leake scored two more goals on the break whilst Sherwood were trying to get a goal back. In a game closer than the score suggests, Market Warsop Warriors were more clinical in front of goal to take the points at Netherfield Boys Blue. Niall Peeters-Weem scored three, Nathan Whitehouse got two, James Hoop, Kyle Durkin and Ban Handbury got one each. Dylan Fryer gave Bulwell Athletic the lead after just five minutes at Ashfield FC which they held until the second half. The home team missed several chances but eventually got back on level terms and went on to win 3-1 as Spencer Candlin scored twice and Aaran Ferenc got one. A good display by Bingham Town in the first half with some well taken goals saw them 3-1 up at half time despite a missed penalty. In the later stages of the half Ruddington came back into the game with good pressure and got a goal back. In the second half Bingham had to fight hard to keep control of the game and added two more goals with Aaron Simpson completing his hat trick. A tough cup game faced East Leake Bantams as they had a home draw against division 2 side West Bridgford Tigers. The visitors started off well as they took the lead with five minutes played. Bantams battled on but went into the break 5-0 down. Bantams started the better in the second half but couldn’t get a break through until Ben Gloag smartly converted a one on one chance. Tigers scored a couple more with the match ending 7-1. All credit to Bantams who never gave up against a more experienced Tigers’ side. Josh Keen (3), ben Greenfield (2), Anatoly Meersman and Seb Whitlow scored for Tigers. The match started off fairly evenly and Eastwood seemed up for the challenge against a Keyworth team from the division above. But gradually Keyworth got into their stride and began to get the measure of Eastwood who trailed 3-0 at half time. Eastwood were hopeful that they could get a goal back and grow in confidence but when awarded a penalty it was hit over the bar. From then on the Eastwood heads gradually dropped and Keyworth took advantage of this and played some nice football with some quality goals. Daniel Jones, Joe Rock and John Croasdale scored two goals each, Ben Pierce and William Maddock were also on target. Ilkeston’s already uphill task was made harder when they fell two goals down after just four minutes at Moorgreen Colts. It looked bleak but Ilkeston didn’t give up, although they did go in at the break 5-0 down. Moorgreen’s superiority shone through and despite dogged defending from Will White, Jack Steadman and Elijah Bailey the game ended 10-0 to the home side. Angus James and Cian Sheridan completed their hat tricks, Sam Humphries got a brace, Connor Deakin and Josh Kremmos got one each. A scrappy first half saw Priory Celtic go into half time with a two-goal lead thanks to a penalty by Dylan Eley-Kemp and a strike from Max Brough. Priory Celtic finally got their passing game together in the second half and an own goal and further strikes by James Foster, Owen Hall and Liam Neale saw Priory run out comfortable winners. A last minute strike by Edan Guncil for Sherwood Red saw the final score end 6-1 to Priory Celtic. Although the score suggests it was one-sided, it certainly wasn’t. Both teams had plenty of chances but luck just wasn’t Sherwood’s day. West Bridgford Chilli Peppers held a 1-0 lead against Burton Joyce Red at the halfway stage. The tables were turned after the break as Burton Joyce ran out 4-2 winners. Tom Evison-Varley and Oliver Jones scored for Chill Peppers whilst a goal apiece by Ethan Daws, Josh Jackson, Tom Whitham and Joe Smeeton gave the visitors a place in the next round. Basford started the stronger side playing the better football, however conceded a sloppy penalty due to confusion between the defender and goal keeper, for Nottingham to score and make it 1-0. Shortly after Nottingham took advantage of a short throwing, a through ball splitting the defence for Nottingham to score their second goal. Basford kept on battling and eventually won a penalty with Sam Burrows slotting home to make it 1-2 at half time. The second half saw substitute Jaquarn Cambell-Ghislanzoni strike home an equaliser for Basford. The last ten minutes saw Basford on top of the game. Approaching the last minutes of the game saw Nottingham concede another penalty for Sam Burrows to slot home his second of the match to make it 3-2 to Basford. Good team work by Jureane Hylton saw his pass received by Richard Wynder for him to send a cross over which hit the inside of the post and go in for Basford’s fourth goal. Gotham Rangers are top of the table following their 7-0 defeat of Ernehale Colts. Ross Mc Parland and Liam Thompson scored two goals each, Oliver Adkin, Zack Holt and Keelan Jacobs too the score to seven. The game was dominated by Mickleover from the first whistle. A lot of quick passing and excellent movement broke down the Quarrydale defence on several occasions. Quarrydale did keep going until the end and showed excellent sportsmanship throughout the game in which there were no free kicks. Lewis Blunt and Sam Bacon scored five goals each, Donagh Devine and Kion Etete scored two goals apice and Martin Patrick-Dougbo got one. Quarrydale Utd kept their home winning run going as they won a tight game against AFC Vernon White 3-1. Ellis King, Owen Adkin and Connor Ward scored for Quarrydale, Mikhia Walters-Whitchurch was the Vernon Scorer. Basford didn’t perform in the first half of the match, a very slow and quiet half from them. Ernehale the better side were given a penalty which was met with a great save from Ben Granger, Basford’s keeper. Ernehale took the lead with a defensive error from Basford handing them a 1-0 lead to take into the second half. The second half saw a much improved Basford with substitute Isaac Wealthall coming on looking lively and handed Basford their first goal. Basford were then awarded a penalty which was converted by man of the match Sam Burrows. With Basford now in control a further two more goals were scored by Richard Wynder and Bob Banks. All credit to Ernehale with their performance but saw Basford take all three points. Mickleover Sports made it five consecutive wins with a 10-1 defeat of Beeston Park Rangers. Sam Bacon scored four goals in the first eighteen minutes pf the game whilst Ali Brown and Martin Patrick-Dugbo scored two goals each. Alfie Gaynor pulled a goal back for Beeston early in the second half. Three goals in each half gave Quarrydale Utd a 6-0 win at Sherwood FC Blue. Connor Ward led the scoring spree with a brace, Ellis King, Kyle Pottage- Coleman, James Mc Connell and Ryan Grace scored one each. The match started well with Burton Joyce going down 0-1 in the first 10 minutes. Burton Joyce came back with some nice football and were quick on the break scoring two before half time. Second half was end to end football with Burton Joyce getting another making it 1-3 but 10 minutes from the end Bulwell got one back and was pressing the defence hard. A fantastic save from the Burton Joyce goal keeper with minutes to go which gave Burton Joyce the away win. A well contested good spirited game between two attacking teams which went Sports’ way thanks to an excellent second half display. The visitors took the lead possibly against the run of play when Ace Sharpe latched onto a through ball to fire home. Sports levelled when Mitchell West was fouled and the resulting penalty was dispatched by Ethan Fells. Sports went in front when Elliot Davis fed Curtis Gregory and his great ball into space allowed Lewis Wright to nip it past the keeper. West was then provider for Gregory who produced a fine finish to seal the three points. After a couple of good early chances, Keyworth went behind through two quick goals from Moorgreen, leaving the home shell-shocked. The Keyworth defence went missing and two more quick goals followed. A slight change in formation led to a goal from Alex Irvine, but Keyworth were 1 – 5 down at half time. The second half followed much the same pattern and Keyworth couldn’t keep up with Moorgreen who scored more goals easily, with the only reply a fine solo goal from Harry Thompson. In the first few moments Sherwood passed the ball around well and kept putting pressure on Ashfield’s defence. Sherwood managed to break free and have a shot on goal, taking the score to 1-0 to Sherwood. After that goal Ashfield came back stronger and kept breaking through Sherwood’s defence having multiple shots on goal, four of which were successful taking the score to 4-1 at half time. The second half Ashfield started passing the ball a bit more, running into Sherwood’s half again having several shots on target, Sherwood’s keeper made some brilliant saves but four more goals were conceded taking the end result to 8-1 to Ashfield. Market Warsop took a first half lead after 15 mins before Burton Joyce scored two quick goals on 20 and 22 mins through two good headers from Ned Walker and Callum Baker. After 5 mins of the 2nd half, Burton Joyce extended their lead after a good individual goal from Donte Bennett. After a great move and cross down the right Burton Joyce scored their 4th. Market Warsop pulled a goal back in the last minute from a deflected clearance. Bantams battled well, keeping their heads up the whole time, but Bingham were too strong and unfortunately it wasn’t Bantam’s day. With nearly the full squad available to Bingham for the first time this season they were able to put up a strong display. This was helped by East Leake being reduced to 10 men in the first half. Half time saw Bingham 3-0 up with the match finishing 8-0. Two goals in a minute by Josh Sharratt and Jack Brownbill gave Beeston FC a 2-0 half time lead at Netherfield Boys Blue. Sharratt scored his second early in the second half to ensure Beeston took all three points. The whole game was played in a great spirit with both teams sharing possession at the start. Southwell then scored two headed goals from corners with Jake Tomlinson putting two lovely balls in for Oliver Gratton to convert. Jake then had a blocked shot which the keeper parried and Matt Edinborough was there to knock in from close range. Southwell started strongly in the second half with Southwell quickly getting a 4th goal from Matt Edinborough again and then Henry Eastgate got a 5th. Ilkeston then rallied causing confusion in the box leading to them scoring. Oliver Gratton came back on late in the 2nd half to score a free kick to claim a hat-trick which also earned him the man of the match award! Eastwood Town Jnrs were ahead at half time and were just edging it at Ruddington Colts. The home side came back very strong in the second half and deserved the win. The game was played in a very good sporting manner. Two goals in each half gave Bagthorpe Athletic a 4-0 victory over Ernehale Colts and their first three points of the season. Dejom Mc Indoe, Callum Moses, Harry Nason and Josh Patrick were the goal scorers. Basford United were disappointed coming out as losers in this game. Basford dominated the first half with some great football. A corner for Basford saw a Max Taylor shot to take the lead. The second half saw a physical game of football from both sides. Two late goals from Gotham gave them the three points, Fin Manners and Ross Mc Parland scoring. Quarrydale Rangers came to Beeston today with only 10 players so were up against it from the start in this bottom of the league clash. Rangers were straight out the blocks and at Beeston straight away, Rangers worked very hard today and got their just rewards with a 0-3 victory as Ashley Budd, Zach Henson and Ben Yeomans scored. The match started well with West Bridgford Chilli Peppers putting on the pressure and forcing the Burton Joyce goalkeeper to make a fantastic save keeping the score at 0-0. It wasn’t long before the home team found themselves 1-0 going into half time. Second half was a good half for Burton Joyce pushing the opposition back and scoring four more goals, Jack Shreeves finishing with two, Ethan daws, Jack harrison and Harry O’Dwyer got one each. Derwent Rangers had a comprehensive win at Keyworth Utd Black. Chadd Wootton and Ben Marley completed their hat tricks, Jayden Bull grabbed a brace with Alex Green and Aaron Racher getting one each. Oliver Peer scored for Keyworth This game started with lots of possession in the middle of the park, not a lot of shots on goal that is until a nice through ball for Moorgreen saw the first goal come from a calm slot in past the keeper in a one on one situation. South Notts Blues responded well with a solo effort in from the wing with a shot to the bottom corner to level the game. The visitors then took hold of the game with a goal line scramble from a corner to take the lead. The half ended 2-2 when Moorgreen equalised minutes before the whistle. Moorgreen came out strong in the second half and forced a corner to which they scored with a lovely header to regain the lead. South Notts lifted their heads and pushed for the equaliser and eventually it came with a half volley from outside the box that left the keeper stranded – at this point the game could have gone either way with missed chances and woodwork rattlers! With two minutes remaining a goal that comes from the books of players like Ibrahimovic or Ronaldo! A nice bit of control on the edge of the box saw a shot that no keeper would have stood a chance with! A powerful shot that hit the top right corner that actually ripped the net from the Crossbar!! Moorgreen 3, SNBFC A last minute strike from Benedict Whittingham gave Priory Celtic all three points in a 2-1 victory against Hucknall Sports White. In a tale of two halves, Hucknall dominated the first half going into the half time break 1-0 to the good with a goal from Mitch West. After making a tactical switch at half time Priory began to come back into the game and equalised 11 minutes into the half through Liam Neale with Priory then nicking it right at the end. West Bridgford Tigers beat Bulwell Athletic by the odd goal of five to record their second league win of the season. Tigers led 1-0 at the halfway stage and added two more after the break as Ben Greenfield, John Swallow and James Forester-Smith shard the goals. Jordan Thornhill kept Bulwell in the game with a goal early in the second half and another late in the game. A closely fought game in the first half turned into disappointment for Beeston in the second, as they struggled with constant pressure from Ashfield. A well taken solo goal on the 36th minute put Ashfield ahead, and both sides went in at half time looking fairly evenly matched. Ashfield snatched a second three minutes into the second half, then Beeston rallied and got one back through a header from Player of the Match, Josh Sharratt. The resurgence did not last, however, and Ashfield pushed on and scored 3 in a 15 minute period to put the game beyond Beeston’s reach. Bingham Town were convincing winners against Netherfield Boys Blue. Aaron Simpson rattled in four goals, Jack Robb completed his hat trick and Tom Rawson bagged a brace. An end to end match between these two old rivals produced plenty of excitement for the crowd, both teams had chances before a penalty box scramble produced Eastwood with the lead. Chances came and went at both ends before Jack Townsends strike from 25 yards ended up in the top left hand corner despite a fine effort from the home keeper. The second half continued in the same vein with chances at either end until Jack Townsend scored his second of the game after a lightning break, Rhys Beardsley, Dan Steel and Tom Ward all combined to put Townsend through who coolly slotted under the oncoming keeper. Townsend almost scored a third when an audacious lob came back off the base of the post. With time running out a series of Eastwood corners finally produced the equaliser when a cross shot ended in the top corner. Market Warsop Warriors maintained their 100% record with a comprehensive victory over Ruddington Colts. Callum Armstrong scored for Ruddington whilst Kyle Durkin, Ryan parry and Nathan Whitehouse completed their hat tricks for Warriors. Ben Handbury and James Hoop also score for Warriors Sherwood FC Red started with possession against Burton Joyce White, as they pushed forward and kept testing the visitors’ defence but just couldn’t break through. Burton had a few shots at goal but were stopped either by a deflection or the Sherwood keeper. Both teams were playing really well and battling for possession. Sherwood managed to keep the score 0-0 at half time. Second half kicked off and within the first 10 minutes Burton Joyce managed to break free and swing the ball into the box for a header to give them the lead. Sherwood picked themselves up and kicked off again trying to break down the Burton left, a cross was put in and knocked out for a corner, the corner was taken and shortly knocked back out of play for a goal kick. Burton managed to break through Sherwood’s defence again taking the score to 2-0. The Sherwood players kept playing and putting in decent challenges and still tried to break down the wings of the pitch. A few more attempts on goal were unsuccessful for Sherwood but not for Burton Joyce who managed to get another goal close to the end taking the score to 3-0, Both teams played extremely well and Sherwood gave everything they had and did extremely well, Burton Joyce put in a good amount of effort and came away with another win. Burton Joyce scorers were Will Barclay, Oli Yeatman and Donte Bennett. This was another slow start by Quarrydale who always were behind from the start to the finish at Ernehale Colts. The home team used the long ball game to their advantage and scored through Athanasi Georgiou, Aaron Lamb and Tom O’Rourke. The visitors did keep the contest tight as Connor Ward, Owen Adkin and Ryan Grace kept them in with a chance. A fast and physical game that was tightly contested until the last 15 minutes of the second half. Both teams never gave up with some excellent football played by both teams, who created plenty of chances at either end. Mickleover started the best from the kick off and quickly went 2-0 up. However, Sherwood started to press in good position on the pitch and got their quick forwards playing well. The game then went to 2-2 as Jentzen Davis and Dylan King scored with Sherwood the better team until just before half time when Mickleover pinched a goal against the run of play. Both team started the second half well and Mickleover took their chances to run out 5-2 winners. Mickleover scorers were Sam Bacon (2), Kion Etette, Owen Gorman and Lewis Melbourne. Quarrydale competed with Basford with first twenty minutes but it was only a matter of time until the first Basford goal went in. Basford were just too good for Rangers and slowly Rangers had no answers for a strong Basford side who went onto record a comfortable victory. Shakeem Walters, Richard Wynder and Kian Mc Govern scored two goals each. Isaac Wealthall, Robert Banks, Jack Velinsky and Max Taylor rounded off the goal scoring lis A keenly contested game between two good sides ended with Derwent Rangers running out 5-3 winners against Priory Celtic. Benjamin Marley with 3 and Chadd Wooton with 2 were the Derwent goalscorers with Owen Thatcher, James Foster and Kai Boultby the scorers for Priory Celtic. As usual between these two teams games are extremely tight and this was no exception with chances few and far between as both defences dominated large periods of the game. Against the run of play in the first half a neat breakaway move sent Connor Deakin clear and his accurate finish gave the keeper no chance to give Moorgreen the lead. Sports struggled to create clear chances but looked a real threat from corners. It was one of those that gave them a share of the points. Ethan Fells curled a great ball in and after Lewis Wright caused problems the loose ball fell to Sam Thornley to score his first goal for Sports. Burton Joyce Red dominated the first half with some excellent team play which enable them to go into the half time break with a 3-0 lead. In the second half Burton Joyce scored two quick goals to increase their advantage. Keyworth came back very strong scoring three goals and were looking to add to their score. The last ten minutes Burton Joyce managed to get back into the game scoring the sixth goal to secure their first win of the season. This local derby between two West Bridgford Colts teams end in honours even with a 2-2 final score. Thomas Evison Varley scored a long distance goal but Tigers equalised in the first half through Joshua Keen. In the second half a penalty was awarded to Chilli Peppers and converted by Alex Winiarsky. In the last five minutes Tigers equalised with a second goal from Joshua Keen. A close fought draw which was probably the right result. Ashfield went ahead first but Bingham quickly replied and then went ahead through a penalty. Beeston’s first trip to The Poplars was greeted by a determined Burton Joyce side, and both sides battled hard in the first half to gain an advantage. In the second half Ashfield pressed but couldn’t get an equaliser until five minutes from the final whistle. The only separator in the first half was a single Mitchel Palmer goal, after Beeston’s defence opened up and gifted the Burton Joyce player yards of space to take an excellent shot into the roof of the net. The second half saw Burton Joyce start to gain more of an advantage and push Beeston back into their own half, resulting in Burton Joyce’s second, another quality strike from outside the box. Beeston’s heads and hearts went down, and four minutes later, Burton Joyce capitalised and scored their third. Will Varclay and Liam Greasley were the other goal scorers Ilkeston started well against a pacey Market Warsop side and had a couple of good efforts with Rhys Beardsley and Dan steel both going close but Market Warsop took the lead and quickly doubled it. Market Warsop then went on to dominate the remainder of the first half and hit the woodwork on three occasions before scoring a third to make it 0-3 at the break. Ilkeston came out firing and Elijah Bailey scored a 30 yard wonder goal to get them back into the game, another great chance went begging before a goalkeeping error handed Market Warsop their fourth goal. This visibly deflated Ilkeston as Market Warsop went on to dominate the remainder of the game and take their final tally to seven. The visitors scorers were Ryan Parry (3), Nathan Whitehouse (2), Frankie Leighton and Ben Handbury. Sherwood FC Red went on attack from the kick-off and put the Ruddington defence under pressure, which eventually brought them the reward of a goal. Ruddington got back on level terms when they broke out of defence and the teams went in for the break all square at 1-1. Both sides battled after the break to try to regain the lead, Sherwood eventually taking advantage of a defensive error to go 2-1 ahead. Ruddington lost a defender due to injury following which Sherwood increased their lead and scored twomore despite some good play by Ruddington. East Leake Bantams started brightly at Netherfield Boys Blue despite only having ten men for this match. They were up against it from the start but were desperately wanting to bounce back from last weeks loss. Ben Gloag, running down the middle then striking it past the keeper opened the scoring with his first goal for the club. Five minutes later Netherfield equalised with a through ball, striking it past the Bantams keeper Max Baker. Bantams responded and Ben Gloag grabbed another nodding it over the keeper for his second. East Leake weren’t finished there though and Ben grabbed a 30-minute hat- trick with a great finish from a tight angle. Coming out 3-1 in the second half Bantams were looking to build on their lead when they were awarded a penalty neatly converted by Ollie Hunter. Bantams controlled the second half but didn’t add to their lead. Then with 8 minutes left Netherfield grabbed a second on the break, to make it a nervy end. To add to the tension Bantams conceded a penalty with five minutes to go but Netherfield missed the opportunity to reduce the arrears and so the match ended 4-2 to East Leake. Bagthorpe Athletic and Basford |United were evenly matched in a competitive game. Basford started the stronger team playing some good football. A cross from the left saw Robert Banks strike the ball from the edge of penalty area to give Basford the lead half way through the first half. Bagthorpe were awarded a penalty and George Woodward stepped up to convert. With Basford pressing for the win Max Taylor fired home to award Basford the win five minutes from time. There was a feast of goals as Mickleover Sports maintained their 100% record with a 6-4 win at Nottingham FC. Sam Beacon score four of Sports’ goals whilst Kion Etette got two. Nottingham’s scorers were Kieran Cummings (2), Seke Spence and Stephen Gbadeyan. Gotham Rangers dropped their first points of the season as they were held to a 2-2 draw at Quarrydale United. James Mc Connell and Connor Ward scored for United, rangers goalscorers were Liam Thompson and Oliver Atkins. The game started very one sided with South Notts Blues pinning Burton Joyce Red in their own half with lots of pressure. This pressure led to a mix up in the defence and a poor back pass allowed Ace Sharpe through for an easy tap in to give South Notts the lead. South Notts pile don the pressure but the lack of further goals was pounced on by Burton Joyce when a good individual piece of skill found an opening for the equaliser by Ethan Daws. Second half saw Burton Joyce come out on the front foot and find a good through ball to Ethan Daws who slotted away a one on one with the keeper. Finally a goal came from good work on the edge of the box giving Max Woodburn a little opening to shoot into the bottom far corner. With 15 minutes left South Notts really took hold of the game and saw chance after chance saved by a good keeper and also a few clearances from the line. Goals from Ben Whittingham and Jake Brandrick weren’t enough to give Priory Celtic all three points in a hard fought match against Bulwell Athletic as the game finished all square at 2-2. Strikes from Junior Wilkinson and Aaron Alexander meant the points were shared. Priory Celtic Men of the Match Thomas Cummins and Harrison Stubbs. Man of the match for Bulwell Athletic Bailey Lewis West Bridgford Tigers went ahead in the first half against Keyworth Utd Green and then scored a second just after half time, Chris Baron and Joshua Keen being the scorers. Keyworth fought back and reduced the arrears through Harry Thompson. Keyworth had their chances, hitting the post and having two shots cleared off theline. In the last ten minutes Seb Whitlow took a long range shot which convincingly beat the keeper. This was a positive first game of the season for Beeston FC, resulting in a comfortable win. The game was close in the first half, with two goals by new signing Joseph “JR” Relton giving Beeston the edge at the break after Ruddington pulled one back before half time. Beeston came out strong in the second half, with an early goal by Kieran East, then three goals in four minutes, a brace from man of the match Jared Chantrey and a third from JR to complete his hat trick. Beeston GK Matt Hyde pulled off a top drawer save from a world class shot from Ruddington from the edge of the box, before Liam Keen added a 7th for Beeston on 72 mins with a strong headed goal. Ruddington came back strong in the final 10 mins and scored two good goals before the final whistle, but it was too little too late. The first half was very tight with Burton Joyce taking the lead after 25 minutes before Bingham then equalising five minutes later through Lewis Horton. After good pressure Burton Joyce scored again five minutes into the second half and their good passing football was rewarded with a third goal. After continued pressure Burton Joyce scored a fourth from a corner. Burton Joyce’s scorers were William Barclay (2), Jack Smith and Ned Walker. Ashfield FC’s 8-0 victory at East Leake Bantams puts them at the top of the table with maximum points from their two opening matches of the season. Ashfield Scorers – Jack Hodkin, Ritchie Ferenc, Patrick Gee, George Caton (2), Brandon Bradbury (2). Sherwood FC Red started strongly, pushing forward and testing Ilkeston’s defence. Sherwood stuck back with a charge forward and a scramble in Ilkeston’s box led to Sherwood’s first goal. After kicking off again, Ilkeston tried to regain a goal but were not successful, a number of attempts were saved by Sherwood’s keeper. In the second half Ilkeston were awarded a free kick in Sherwood’s half, the attempt on goal was blocked and Sherwood broke free taking the ball the whole way to Ilkeston’s goal and scoring another, taking the score to 2-0. Another one of Sherwood’s shots hit the post and rocketed back into play, the ball was picked up by an Ilkeston player and eventually went out for an Ilkeston corner, after another scramble in Sherwood’s box this time, Ilkeston got a goal to take the score to 2-1. From kick off Basford kept the ball, an attacking move down the right saw Jak Velinsky send a floating cross for Richard Wynder score with a header in the first minute. Towards the end of the game Sherwood managed to get a third goal, resulting in a win for Sherwood. Quarrydale came back into the game in the tenth minute with a goal from Ellis King. Basford then grabbed another two goals coming from Jak Velinsky and Jaquarn Cambell-Ghislanzoni to make it 3-1 at half time. The second half saw Basford playing good passing football with Jureane Hylton taking a right footed shot from the edge of the area to make it 4-1. Man of the match Jak Velinsky popped up to score his second, ten minutes later a deflected shot from Isaac Wealthall made it 6-1. Quarrydale kept on battling with a late goal coming from James Mc Connell. Well done to Beeston who played with only 11 men and no substitutes but never gave up – A good display from Nottingham FC of passing and switching the ball but were never clinical in taking their goal scoring chances until the second half as it was more free flowing. Quarrydale Utd Rangers and Bagthorpe Athletic were evenly matched and shared six goals in a very tight game. Zach Henson, Reegan Jones and Ashley Budd scored for Rangers whilst their efforts were matched by Lewis Radford, Joshua Patrick and Dylan Baker for Athletic. In the all-Keyworth battle it was the Blacks that came out on top with a 9-2 win over the Greens. The teams were level at half time with the score at 2-2, Thomas Graham-Jones and Joshua Till scored for the Greens Moorgreen Colts and Burton Joyce Red produced a good game of football in which both teams wanted to get the ball down and play the ball around. Burton Joyce took the lead in the first minute through Josh Jackson who fired home from close range after Moorgreen failed to clear a corner. Angus James equalised in the 8th minute with a superb bicycle kick. Moorgreen took the lead through Joe Reeve in the 21st minute and it stayed 2-1 at half time. Moorgreen took control of the game in the second half with two quick goals from Harry Holmes and Joe Reeves’ second of the game. Angus James completed his hat trick with goals after 63 and 77 minutes. Connor Deakin scored a 30 yards screamer in between these and Josh Kremmos completed the scoring with a header from close range two minutes from the end. Priory Celtic won by the odd goal of five against West Bridgford Chilli Peppers. First half goals by Kai Boultby and Benedict Whittington gave Celtic a 2-1 half time lead. Oliver Jones and Thomas Evison Valley kept West Bridgford in with a chance of a point until a late Whittington goal gave the home side victory. South Notts Blues and West Bridgford Tigers produced an action packed game with a thrill a minute. Tigers opened the scoring but South Notts responded quickly to get back on level terms and then went into the lead before half time. The second half was just as packed with action as the first, the home team increasing their lead to 3-1. Tigers responded yet again and scored twice, the equaliser from the penalty spot. Ace Sharpe score two for South Notts with Joshua Hall also on target. Derwent Rangers dominated the first half against Bulwell Athletic and were 4-0 up as they went into the half time break. Bulwell made changes in the second half and were the first to score as they pulled a goal back through Connor Norton. Bailey Lewis reduced the deficit further and then added a second to make the score 4-3 to Rangers. Rangers made the points safe with a late goal to make the final score 5-3. Owen Pawlak took the man of the match award for Bulwell. Rangers scorers were Benjamin Morley (3) and Chadd Wootton (2). Josh Gentry scored five goals as Ashfield were comfortable winners over Netherfield Boys. He was joined on the scoresheet by George Caton (2), Pat Gee, Aaron Ferenc and Travis Spacie. Netherfield battled hard but it wasn’t their day as they also conceded three own goals. Ruddington Colts were the better team in the first half with some high quality and ast attacking play, but were unable to convert their superiority into more than a 1-0 lead at half-time, this courtesy of a neat finish from debutant Dylan Doubleday. Injury and illness forced two defensive changes for Ruddington early in the second half and a makeshift defence became increasingly pressured. Immediately after having a second goal ruled out for offside Bingham countered with a goal from Jack Robb. Ruddington regrouped and showed great character to fashion a second goal, an incisive pass from central midfield finding Ellis Musovic runnning through at speed on the right hand side and finishing very calmly from inside the box. As the makeshift Ruddington defence and midfield tired they allowed Bingham to gain a second equalizer, again scored by Jack Robb. Man of the match for Ruddington was keeper Josh West who was calm throughout, showed great handling skills and kept encouraging his tired defenders in the second half. Sherwood started strong by pushing forward and having a few shots at goal, Southwell were putting the pressure on Sherwood’s back line but stayed strong, Lewis Black giving them the lead. Sherwood extended the lead, Black getting his second, after an unfortunate mistake from the Southwell keeper. A late penalty conceded by Sherwood allowed Southwell back in just before half time. 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